I, Rey Skywalker, am officially the greatest Jedi in existence.
I successfully took down the remnants of the empire single-handedly, defeated my arch-enemy Kylo Ren, and killed Sheev Palpatine, the one time ruler of the galaxy. With my work completed, I set about making money from my exploits by allowing a movie company to base a trilogy around my life.
The films were great, with the third movie being critically acclaimed by fans and critics alike and cementing it's place as the greatest trilogy in movie history. However, they revealed a number of strange things about me, one of which is that Palpatine was my father. Not only that, but he was also a failed, degenerating clone of himself. Now, the one bad things about clones is that they are imperfect copies of the original. Their cells break down more quickly, and their chromosomes have many flaws in their genetic makeup.
If this thing was my father, then it would make sense that these flaws would be passed on to me, yet I have not suffered from them. I attributed this to my force based abilities keeping the effects of this disease at bay, but that doesn't make much sense upon closer inspection. Force powers come from midoclorians, intelligent microscopic life forms that live symbiotically inside the cells of all living things. If cells are dying sooner, it would make sense that these life forms would also be breaking down. Yet I am far more powerful in the force than any who came before.
How can this be the case?