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And Allison -- we always look to talk with her about national military issues.
And sometimes they -- -- and hardened -- home.
The truth but today -- in studio with us and she's talking with a way to keep.
Wounded warriors alive for a long period of time until they can get exactly the medical care that they need.
And it's something piggybacking off the idea -- what we do what we think people in space hibernation.
-- -- either love this research project that flew about a box and it's definitely early season or -- -- -- You should.
I could never have an -- gets it and -- I don't know that we couldn't do that I I wouldn't actually be super huge fan either but if I was ahead experiencing trauma on the battlefields definitely hook me up I'd be happy to be put this is ready animation if that's gonna get it out I need it.
As easy as you really really summed it -- create the idea here is this is something called the golden hour -- called faster than battlefields -- now get up and have a secure enough for -- by the -- -- -- that a -- -- -- if you have a very limited window of time you can.
Intervene and help save up life whether it's -- -- of -- or something I think that's something very serious -- on the mat and so did his -- me.
Did find our time is Kelly by the time -- -- on the homeland to get into the hospital or whether it's you know on the battlefields medevac and that's the care that they need.
-- -- look at hibernation and -- hibernation is nothing new they've been making lots of progress that the tiny mammals Salmonella are easy to study but they needed -- -- Yeah -- prepared to get things.
You know this team meeting I hibernate I would say definitely yes but a couple of questions for you -- and I know everybody can find your article on the website now I wanted it last night it wasn't posted yet -- apparently -- embargo was.
Assuming a thing until it's time to area I think secret okay -- I didn't.
Anyway it's not -- -- the -- I section on foxnews.com on our program I think you click on that.
First question for you this sounds really expensive I'm thinking like Austin Powers expense and where they hibernate and really.
I would get a -- that -- -- line you know that's an unfortunate yes.
I think than I that is that is the general concept to be nothing that dramatic as those that needed -- this is very early stages -- right now we're just trying to crack hibernation it.
Down read what they're looking at is developing pharmaceuticals believe it or not they'll have in you set a state of hibernation and also take you out of it to get that -- -- golden days you know -- for you.
Got a golden hour and you know my father -- and hand toward the latter stages of the Vietnam War he wasn't doing so much fighter pilot work he was helping with the big choppers and go ahead and and getting some of our guys out.
And that golden hour.
Is very dangerous for our.
Men and women in the field and so how realistic because this is as -- said it it's very early stages but I love the promises holds and I think the fact it's called in the business hibernation genomics.
-- well how does it lower heart -- mean what does it really do -- it.
It's revenge you may get this.
There's because he.
Isn't that in that we.
You you're not.
No they did they you're.
It is suppressed for the top metabolic rate so there's a setting in the mechanisms they haven't quite crack which is why he's he's human -- hibernate your blackberries.
-- to try to crack how is this exactly happening is it going to be transferable to humans it.
It does show a lot of promise which is what you've got everyone from the American Heart Association sponsoring the center of it.
-- hibernation economic servicers.
-- -- -- US army can get.
The remains of versatility is -- and it's actually not just interestingly just that -- which is clearly a very important -- spending there's also promised there for rehabilitation recovery of traumatize muscle tissue and bone tissue so.
There's a really.
Is -- -- not exerting any.
Activity and your liver metabolism does -- than your muscles can and that's why they've regenerate when you sleep exactly and -- and I think it's something she would what I -- about having Asian Muslim campuses.
Italy's with a small mammals that -- realizes.
I've made -- -- -- well there's these little breaks for their metabolism does go sort of back up and let anybody -- yet.
I think that's and the nerve repair is conducting how did you say is that that -- They can't suppress perhaps embrace -- it's not that you would suppress Steven definitely.
The idea is just -- by as much time as we can get from many that they hope.
Because he -- a lot of things on the field to come so far without the -- days.
-- really have an -- ask Candace just how impressive it is but if you can get some sad that docked both clothes the medic on the field.
In the images -- come to mind besides Austin Powers -- the cryogenic where there have been freezing.
We hear it every wherever you come back and you know you have an -- to David all your relatives are gone in and that's not what you're talking about this is a very limited.
I'm reading more about this under the -- -- fights have on foxnews.com.
On the front page every Thursday parents' phone OK yeah everything is yeah I'm sure there because it's not -- -- loud enough.
Bit of a blackberries.
I'm -- festive yet thanks for being here because -- me okay we're gonna talk more.