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  1. 1. Midi Chlorians <br />Kimberli D. Reed<br />Eleno Nunez<br />
  2. 2. What are midi-Chlorians <br />Micro organisms that reside in humans<br />They have symbiotic relationships (meaning that humans could not live without midi-Chlorians)<br />Midi Chlorians allow humans to communicate with the “force” and harness its power <br />
  3. 3. What we are testing<br />We want to figure out the effects that midi-Chlorians have on human lifespan<br />Hypothesis: Humans with a higher level of midi Chlorians will outlive humans with lower levels of midi Chlorians. <br />
  4. 4. How are we going to test the level of midi-Chlorians in humans? Background<br />The gram stain method was developed by 19th century Danish physician Hans Christian Gram<br />Using this method scientists can identify many different bacterial species by their cell wall composition<br />In 2002 we have developed a modified version of the gram stain method which allows us to view the concentration of midi Chlorians<br />
  5. 5. Midi-Chlorians Stain method<br />First the human red blood cells are stained with a crystal violet dye and iodine which is later rinsed away with alcohol which leaves behind the stained blood cells <br />The stained cells are then injected with a radio active isotope which allows us to see the concentration of midi Chlorians <br />If the subject has a high number of midi Chlorians they will then be injected with the radio active compound which will allow us to track the amount of midi Chlorians present in the human body<br />
  6. 6. The Procedure<br />First a blood sample is taken from the test subject and the midi Chlorians stain method is used<br />Then, if the test subject has a high concentration amount the second part of the method is used. <br />The second part is to inject the test subject with a radio active isotope, that will allow us to see the concentration of midi Chlorians in the human host<br />
  7. 7. Data collection <br />Research and data will also been collected from death records<br />Since 7 years of records exist we are able to examine how old each individual was when he or she died and how high their concentration of midi Chlorians was. Then they will be cataloged into either group 1A, 1B or 1C<br />
  8. 8. Data Continued<br />Through the midi chlorian stain method we will be able to determine the exact concentration of midi Chlorians and be able to place them in one of the following groups: <br />Humans with high level of midi Chlorians will be put into group 1A<br />Humans with normal level of midi Chlorians will be put into group 1B<br />Humans with a very low amount of midi Chlorians will be placed into what is the control group 1C<br />
  9. 9. Groups<br />Each group will have members of different ages <br />Every group will have members that are 18 years old, 35 years old, 50 years old, 65 years old, 80 years old, 95 years old and finally 105 years old<br />
  10. 10. Data<br />
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  12. 12. Results <br />As of now, we believe that humans who posses a high concentration of midi Chlorians will live longer than people who have a lower concentration<br />With the data that we have and are currently collecting we are able to have concrete evidence and will be able to estimate how long humans in either 3 groups will live<br />We estimate that this experiment will take another 5-7 years in order to get a full <br />
  13. 13. Conclusion<br />We need more funding in order to further our research<br />By finding out if midi chlorians help humans live longer we would be able to see if we could possibly transfuse the midi chlorians into people with lower concentrations to see if we can elongate their lifespan<br />