There have been a great many different comments; but everybody has been in general agreement, which is that aging is a disease, a very bad disease and people should fight aging. This basic attitude is in stark contrast to traditional medicine which aging as a natural process, not a disease and not something that requires treatment. It is the attitude that aging doesn’t require any treatment, rather than the lack of effective treatment, which is the main problem. It is very good that everybody here is looking for ways to fight aging
For 150 years, alterations to the Willamette River system have largely reflected agricultural, forestry, and urban activities. In the engineering designs for the river, the survival of anadromous fishes such as salmon and steelhead were not at the center of Willamette Valley Project ambitions. Although sports and commercial fishers protested building main-stem dams on the Willamette, commercial and industrial interests in the valley, local chambers of commerce, the Corps of Engineers, and Oregon's congressional delegation gave their wholehearted support to the project. For the most part, the dams have kept winter flood waters at bay, the augmented volume of water during late summer and autumn helps maintain a semblance of water quality in the lower river, and the lakes behind project dams provide recreational opportunities.