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Tag: Life Extension

June 06, 2019
In this week's episode of X10, another informative and straightforward Life Extension 101 episode, Giuliano discusses the benefits of life extension, including its effects on you, your family, and society as a whole. He discusses the possibilities of retirement and the ability to get around to doing the things that you never found time for,...
May 30, 2019
Today, we're releasing the first episode of X10, and for this Life Extension 101 episode, we're going to start with the most fundamental thing about life extension: its basic definition. In this week's informative episode, Nicola explains what this often-misused term really means and what it implies. While defining this important concept, he discusses rejuvenation...
February 21, 2019
When debating life extension, or debating in general, it may happen that participants commit logical fallacies—that is, their arguments contain logically invalid reasoning. In practice, this often means that people incorrectly come to certain conclusions that do not actually follow from the premises; if they appear to follow, it's indeed because fallacious reasoning was used....
October 05, 2018
When asked how long they want to live, people often say no more than ten years above their country's average lifespan. This, mind you, is in a world where aging is still inevitable; people know that they won't be in top shape during those ten extra years, and yet, perhaps hoping that they might be...
September 03, 2018
This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the TransVision conference series—international summits held to bring together leading experts in all fields of science and technology to discuss forthcoming advances and what the future may bring to humanity; this, of course, includes life extension technologies. The very first event in the series was held all the...
August 14, 2018
A few days ago, I wrote an article while on a plane. I'm an expat, and I was flying back to my home country. I'm now in my hometown, where I lived until I was 18. I come back here only seldom, and the last time I visited was four years ago. For the vast...