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Jun 14, 2022

Artificial Immortality

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Can AI enable us to live forever? In A.rtificial I.mmortality, filmmaker Ann Shin sets out on a journey, exploring the latest AI and biotech with scientists and visionaries who foresee a ‘post-biological’ world where humans and AI merge. Will AI be the best, or the last thing we ever do?

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Jun 13, 2022

Boost NAD, Reprogramme Our Cells to be Young Again | Dr David Sinclair Interview Clips

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David Sinclair shares another side of himself. Compassion for all people. He wants to make sure that longevity technologies are available for all people, not just for the super wealthy and their pets. He also speaks of emerging elderly populations who can live well up until death rather than suffering for so long, and instead start new careers and hobbies.


Researchers have restored vision in animal by resetting some of the thousands of chemical marks that accumulate on DNA as cells age. The work, by Dr David Sinclair Lab, published in Nature Dec 2020, suggests a new approach to reversing age-related decline, by reprogramming some cells to a ‘younger’ state in which they are better able to repair or replace damaged tissue.

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Jun 12, 2022

Bile Acids: The Next Frontier In Longevity?

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Jun 12, 2022

Ep. 90: Can we build an immortal human society? | Samo Burja

Posted by in categories: economics, life extension

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Samo Burja is a sociologist and the founder of Bismarck Analysis, a firm that analyzes institutions, from governments to companies. His research work focuses on the causes of societal decay and flourishing and he writes on history, epistemology and strategy.

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Jun 12, 2022

How To Live Forever with BioViva’s Liz Parrish! The LONGEVITY revolution has begun!

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Liz mentions combinatorial gene therapy for aging near the end which is something you hear the likes of George Church mention they are working on.


Liz Parrish is the founder of @BioViva Science, a company dedicated to curing biological aging, a disease that is at the root cause of all other chronic diseases from heart disease to Alzheimer’s. Watch this video to understand how much more control we have over our lifespan and health!

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Jun 11, 2022

If Aging is Not a Disease, Then Neither is Cancer!

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The reluctance of many in the medical field to classify aging as a disease is causing significant roadblocks for those trying to find a solution.


Many people will swear to the life extending properties of coffee, be it saving them from keeling over from exhausting in the early hours of the morning or saving an annoying co-worker from the unbridled rage of someone who hasn’t yet acquired their caffeine fix. Yes, coffee is without a doubt one of the most powerful (and mostly metaphorical) lifesavers of the modern world. However, recent studies into the effects of drinking coffee on human lifespan have found that it might very well have a significant impact on health and longevity. A study of 170,000 people from the UK found that those who drank between two and four cups of coffee a day were 30% less likely to die from all causes compared to those who did not drink coffee at all.

Jun 11, 2022

How Old Cells Rejuvenate To Be YOUNG AGAIN — Cell Autonomous Effect | Dr David Sinclair Clips

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Cells not replaced, but old cells that are still there are rejuvenated.


Dr David Sinclair explains the mechanism behind how to reprogramm the old cells rejuvenate to be young again. He also clarify the process is based on cell autonomous effect and does not involve or rely on any stem cells in this clip.

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Jun 9, 2022

Inside the US lab freezing the dead at —196C — BBC REEL

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Jun 9, 2022

Concurrent Heart Conditions Linked to Tripled Dementia Risk

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Having multiple conditions that affect the heart are linked to a greater risk of dementia than having high genetic risk, according to a largescale new study.

Led by Oxford University and the University of Exeter, the study is among the largest ever to examine the link between several heart-related conditions and dementia, and one of the few to look at the complex issue of multiple health conditions.

Published in The Lancet Healthy Longevity, the paper looked at data from more than 200,000 people, aged 60 or above, and of European ancestry in UK Biobank. The international research team identified those who had been diagnosed with the cardiometabolic conditions diabetes, stroke, or a heart attack, or any combination of the three, and those who went on to develop dementia.

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Jun 8, 2022

Researchers Discover How Nearly Everybody Can Increase Their Lifespan

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Osaka University researchers discovered that adjusting lifestyle behaviors can have a significant impact on lifespan, even in those with chronic health issues.

Ever since the beginning of civilization, humans have wanted to live longer. Whether it be the Fountain of Youth, Gilgamesh’s secret plant of immortality, or the elixir of life, the idea of immortality is incredibly prevalent in humanity’s oldest and most well-known stories.

Unfortunately, immortality is only a myth. The average lifespan in the United States is nearly 79 years and it is unlikely to increase dramatically in the next few years. Still, scientists have been researching how to increase our longevity and have found promising results.

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