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Extreme Life Extension and the Search for Immortality

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  • Statistically, the younger you are right now, the greater your chances of living to 100 and beyond, thanks to improvements in 3D printing, stem cell research and nanotech technology
  • About one-quarter of children born today are expected to live beyond 100, and research shows the number of centenarians in the U.S. has been doubling every decade since the 1950s
  • Some choose to avoid the finality of death by having their remains placed in a cryogenic deep freeze to await reanimation at some future date
  • Once reanimation is possible, technology will also need to be advanced enough to rejuvenate the body. Cloning would also need to be perfected to allow for the reattachment of your frozen head onto your cloned body
  • Other research focuses on damage repair, turning back the biological clock before death occurs. Gene therapy that promotes telomere lengthening is one possible avenue to slow down or even reverse aging

By Dr. Mercola

If you want to live to celebrate your 100th birthday, you’re not alone. Some are going to great lengths to achieve extreme life extension — if not immortality itself. Statistically, the younger you are right now, the greater your chances of living to 100 and beyond, thanks to improvements in 3D printing, stem cell research and nanotech technology.


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