How To Live Forever
Living Long Enough to Live Forever
Right now it’s not possible for a human to live forever. However, medical technology is progressing so fast (due to exponential growth in hardware and data) that it is estimated it will be a real possibility around 2035.
Your chances of dying in any year double every 8 years, so that does mean the older you are the harder you’re going to have to work to make sure you’re the right side of medical technology advances. Therefore it’s critical to take measures TODAY to improve your life expectancy and make preparations to maximise your chances of being able to live forever.
What options do you have to slowing ageing to make to make sure you are around then full blow rejuvenation treatments arrive? The best place to start is the Live Forever Manual - a introduction to life extensionism along with 101 practical tips on how to live forever.
Remember, there’s no such thing as nearly living forever – immortality is an all or nothing game.
Anti-Deathist FAQ - Fight Aging!
If you have ever tried to persuade people that it is in fact a great plan to try to cure aging by controlling its root causes, you will have found that deathism is in fact very prevalent
Only 1 in 5 UK adults would choose to live foreverNew Scientist - 18-Sep-2018
21% said they would be very likely to accept an offer of immortality.
Taking days off work helps you live longerIndependent - 29-Aug-2018
People who take fewer than 3 weeks leave a third more likely to die young.
Life Extension Is Not SelfishLife Extension Advocacy Foundation (LEAF) - 31-Jul-2018
People often accused of being selfish for wanting to extend their lives.