Genes determine nearly everything about us. But Canadian researchers posit that they could tell us more than anyone previously thought likely.
Could our time of death be indicated by our genes? A Boston research gene, when study Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, claims that the time of day upon when you’re likely to die is determined by sleep pattern.
A nucleotide related to sleep pattern determines when we tend to wake up. Physiological processes tend to have a rhythm.
Disturbingly, businesses are responding to this by hoping to understand when people will be more likely to die.