Immortal Life
Human Destiny is to Eliminate Death


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The Big Picture on Strategies for Defeating Death

Posted: Mon, February 06, 2017 | By: Indefinite Life Extension

1485906_383721388429412_712464982_o.jpg The Big Picture on Strategies for Defeating Death “[...] the most promising ways to postpone aging are by disrupting the pathways underlying it, just as we do for specific diseases.” (de Grey, p.22)  That line sums up an important element of strategies for engineering negligible senescence (SENS) in Aubrey de… Continue Reading

We Owe Pursuit of Indefinite Life Extension to Our Ancestors

Posted: Sun, July 17, 2016 | By: MILE

mile_movement_for_indefinite_life_extension_summary_mile_life_guide.jpg Humanity has braved the weather many times over the millennia, surviving long enough to invent language, an earth shattering breakthrough in their time. Language to them was as big of a game changing breakthrough than the internet is to the world now. We pushed on through famines and wars, the cold, the heat, the… Continue Reading

What you are

Posted: Tue, March 03, 2015 | By: Miscellaneous

157.jpg The big picture of existence is incredible. It is filled with mind-blowing dynamics and marvels to experience, travels to make, projects to undertake, realities to explicate, pleasures to sense, things to know, goals to pursue, treasures to uncover, questions to pose, answers to find and a lot more. All of… Continue Reading

Finish the Game

Posted: Thu, July 17, 2014 | By: MILE

1280px-Carina_Nebula.jpg What are we doing here? Why does the universe exist? What marvels and wonders await us in this great expanse of space and time? The future holds untold fortunes of all kinds, monetary, physical, intellectual and more. It is more valuable to wake up tomorrow than it is to have… Continue Reading

Neurons Transfer Old Mitochondria To Glia Cells

Posted: Tue, June 24, 2014 | By: Indefinite Life Extension

mitochondria_glial_transfer_parker_future_pundit_indefinite_life_extension_immortallife_june_2014.png Mitochondria, subcellular organelles that break down sugar to provide energy, develop mutations in their DNA that make some of them become dysfunctional as we grow older.It’s broadly assumed that cells degrade and recycle their own old or damaged organelles, but researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine,… Continue Reading


Posted: Fri, June 13, 2014 | By: Culture

everest.jpg by David Saintloth, from SENT2NULL SPACE - fiction Melissa Corothers sat in the pew of the old church, silently thinking about her brother Alex. Her fingers clutched a cinegram of one of their last times together, a family barbeque taken while she was visiting him here in Colorado. The cinegram was… Continue Reading

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