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Aug 23, 2019

Age Reversal, Life Extension, & the Elimination of Chronic Degenerative Diseases w/Ira Pastor

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Aug 23, 2019

The photo points to the page for good reason

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics, life extension

Both recent new Kindle books (will be paperbacks also in time) concern the two streams of this project. Primal Eye 1979–2019 outlines circuit designs and hard considerations and outlines MVT Posthuman Psychology. The other Kindle book — ZENET Game of Immortality — details some of the gaming and soft matters.

Everybody isn’t going to live forever even given new genetic techniques and improved medicines. When you reach a terminal state beyond medical science, the only options seem cryogenic preservation, actual death, or Artificial-Death. PRIMAL EYE 40 years on (1979 to 2019) includes Conscious Circuits, Artifical-Death and Posthuman Psychology.

Aug 23, 2019

The Rejuvenation Now Project Launches

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The Forever Healthy Foundation has recently launched the Rejuvenation Now project, and it has just published a detailed analysis of NAD+ repletion therapies, providing the first scientific overview of this particular approach and of the supplements currently available.

One industry, two types of people

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Aug 22, 2019

Frontiers eBooks published in July 2019

Posted by in categories: life extension, neuroscience

Fronteirs offers open access. If you want to read full publications this is the place to do so. #enjoy

Download this month’s new releases including the latest research collections on Tinnitus, Brain Aging, Arboviral Infections, and many more! All eBooks are free to download, share and distribute.

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Aug 22, 2019

NAD+ Restoration Therapy

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Super proud to announce the first in-depth analysis by our “Rejuvenation Now” initiative: a “Risk-Benefit Analysis of.

An in-depth analysis — more than 200 pre-clinical and clinical trials.

Aug 21, 2019

The film about cryonics wins a prize at the international film festival

Posted by in categories: cryonics, life extension

The Killers, the short film about cryonics shot by Russian director Vlad Kozlov, who works in the USA, won a Best Director prize at the 37th Flickers: Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF).

RIIFF is one of the most important international film festivals supporting independent filmmakers. The festival has been held annually since 1982 during the second week of August and lasts six days. Its main goal is to discover new talents of independent cinema. More than 5,426 independent films selected from more than 68,000 received applications were presented to the public during the time of existence of the festival. In 2019, 321 films from 51 countries were presented at the festival, which was held from August 6 to August 11 in Rhode Island, USA.

Cryonics as the central element of the plot was shown in a film of this level for the first time. The main roles in the film are played by world-famous actors such as Sherilyn Fenn (Twin Peaks) and Franco Nero (Django). The role of Max, the main character, was played by a young and promising American actor Jeff DuJardin, who had previously worked with Vlad Kozlov on the set of Silent Life, the film about the star of silent film Rudolf Valentino. The producers of the film are Vlad Kozlov, Natalia Dar, Yury Ponomarev, Dmitry Pristankov and David Roberson.

Aug 21, 2019

Nothing found for Boosting Nad Improves Age%25E2%2580%2590Related Hearing Impairment In Mice

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Today, we want to spotlight a recent study showing that boosting nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) levels in mice prevents age-related hearing loss.

What is β-Lapachone?

β-Lapachone is a quinone-containing compound that was originally isolated from the lapacho tree in South America. It is worth noting that this tree has been used as a herbal medicine for a number of South and Central American indigenous peoples and that the bark of the tree is sometimes used for making a herbal tea called taheebo.

Aug 20, 2019

Biohacking: Why I’ll live to be 180 years old

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, life extension

From computer hacking to biohacking, Dave Asprey has embarked on a quest to reverse the aging process.

Aug 20, 2019

Immortality through mind uploading

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, finance, law, life extension, robotics/AI, sustainability

In the 2015 movie “Chappie”, which is set in the near future, automated robots comprise a mechanised police force. An encounter between two rival criminal gangs severely damages the law enforcing robot (Agent 22). His creator Deon recommends dismantling and recycling the damaged police droids. However, criminals kidnap Deon and force him to upload human consciousness into the damaged robot to train it to rob banks. Chappie becomes the first robot with the human mind who can think and feel like a human. Later, in the movie when his creator Deon is dying, it’s Chappie’s turn to upload Deon’s consciousness into a spare robot through a neural helmet. Similarly, in the “Avatar” a 2009 Hollywood science fiction, a character in the film by name Grace connects with Eiwa, the collective consciousness of the planet and transfers her mind to her Avatar body, while another character Jake transfers his mind to his Avatar body rendering his human body lifeless.

Mind uploading is a process by which we relocate the mind, an assemblage of memories, personality, and attributes of a specific individual, from its original biological brain to an artificial computational substrate. Mind uploading is a central conceptual feature of many science fiction novels and films. For instance, Hanson’s book titled “The Age of Em: Work, Love and Life when Robots Rule the Earth” is a 2016 nonfiction book which explores the implications of a future world when researchers have learned to copy humans onto computers, creating “ems,” or emulated people, who quickly come to outnumber the real ones.

Aug 20, 2019

Juvenescence raises another $100m to invest in cheating death

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UK company raises $100m to find fountain of ‘eternal youth’ by cheating death and REVERSING ageing with new technology…

The firm announced a total investment of $10 million from its founders and a further $10 million each from core investors.

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