immortality

The finite capacity of normal human fetal cells to divide (on average about 50 times) suggested to Hayflick that aging is
Me: Every scientific advance can, and usually does, have harmful, unintended consequences (medical, social, political, economic
This of course echoes the basic work of Leonard Hayflick whom I have cited before. His work is responsible for the famous
Leonard Hayflick and I share much. We were both born in Philadelphia. Now eight decades later we both live in Northern California
I was first introduced to the concept of organ donation during the first year of medical school. Our anatomy professor ardently
When we first found out that we were to have another generation we were with our closest friends Bud and Lila Morgan. Bud
3. Cryonics. Thankfully, that onus doesn’t rest solely on us. There are charity evaluators out there, and their full purpose
2. Exoskeleton suits will allow quadriplegics to run faster than Olympian sprinters A version of this interview first came
The ultimate currency. How did we get here? And if we don't succumb to the pressure, why does that imply that we are letting
Physically speaking, the human being is a machine. Like a car, it can be repaired, reshaped, and reborn. But this can only
In fact, many Jews and Christians today believe Jews have never believed in the resurrection of the dead. Yet, the Talmud
In the West, atheism is growing. Nearly a billion people around the world are essentially godless. Yet, that burgeoning population faces an important challenge in the near future
At our first meeting here at Stanford she wowed the audience, She was salty as hell and challenged any conventionality. She
To understand this research, it is first important to understand what causes aging. One of the most well-known causes is
Ridiculous, because it takes thousands of years for noticeable, evolutionary change to occur in most mammals. That, of course
On October 7th, 2015, the Transhumanist Party reached its first birthday. Started as way to introduce forward thinking and futurist politics into government, the party has caught on around the world and now has over a dozen national parties.
In my view. Aging is part of a physical field recently labeled the Metabolic Field (Schrodinger).(2) As such biologic aging
Zoltan Istvan of the Transhumanist Party is running for President on one platform: longevity.
Having stumbled upon the supernatural secrets during a bender in the Carpathian mountains, I am happy to now share these highly unorthodox and somewhat unethical methods with the adventurous and the tweetaholic.
On my tour called the "Immortality Bus," I'm hoping to share with others that we should support a society and culture that is strongly pro-science and pro-longevity. My team and I plan to have embedded journalists aboard the bus, documenting our trip and enlivening the conversation.