My grandfather passed away when I was 10. Even though I was already 10, I never really understood the concept of death. As a kid, my relatives just said it was something like ‘falling asleep’. But when I was facing my grandfather’s coffin, my parents… Continue Reading
We are collecting $100 pledges for this Movement for Indefinite Life Extension Year Two Goal Advertisement Fundraiser (MILE y2 Fund). At this time there is a total of $600 pledged. If you want to get in on this, then send us a Continue Reading
I observed, in a discussion about genders in one post, a lack of futuristic imagination and lack of meaningful knowledge in biology!
Those who are genuinely literate in evolutionary biology/psychology know that the two genders live in an biologically unsolvable contradiction. They both need to cooperate and create bonds with… Continue Reading
Pascal’s Wager is one of the more respectable arguments in favor of religion. As an atheist, I am nonetheless sympathetic to this argument, because it attempts to use reason to actually persuade people to believe in God, rather than circularly using the Bible as a reason to believe in… Continue Reading
The Cryonics Society of Canada was created by Douglas Quinn in 1987. Two years prior, he became the first contracted Canadian cryonicist, and went on to be the president of the CSC (Cryonics Society of Canada), and editor of the Canadian Cryonics News .… Continue Reading
Job demand is moving to the innovative, creative, progressive sectors. Farms and factories are coming down, and server farms and machines that rake in the food, make it and serve it up are going up. These new abilities release us into the next levels… Continue Reading
Let us imagine that the world becomes convinced that indefinite life extension is desirable and that achieving it is feasible. The people aren’t sure how they can help though. A reporter turns to you and asks you to speak into the camera and tell… Continue Reading
Gennady and Wendy Stolyarov are accepting requests from longevity activists who want to help share their new top ranked children’s book Death is Wrong with children, free of cost to them. There were 1029 total available for distribution, with a few hundred+ being distributed now.
The ELPIs Foundation for Indefinite Lifespans and the Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute in association with the University of Nicosia, are co-organising the second Cyprus symposium ‘Pathways to Indefinite Lifespans’. This is an attempt to expand… Continue Reading