Mummification and Cryopreservation: Ancient History Meets the Future
Mummification and cryopreservation share a common purpose, where Cryonics is foreseen as the rightful heir of a long history of human attempts to defeat death.
Biological Immortality: Five Great Movies to Watch
What prevails in science fiction – Science or Fiction? Now it is difficult for movies to surprise us with something, since we already know that everything that we can imagine, we can invent. So what is immortality – fiction or pure science?
How Philosophical Ideas in the Movie Annihilation Are Relevant to Longevity Research
The topics of extreme life extension and biological immortality are increasingly discussed in the scientific community as well as society and are slowly becoming a new trend.
Scientists Now Know Why Our Lifespan is Limited and are Working on Increasing It
Singapore-based GERO has used models from physical sciences to understand the complex process of aging and is working on measures to increase its limits.
Cryptocurrency in Your Asset Management for Your Post-Cryonics Life
If you are planning on being cryogenically preserved, then asset management for post-cryonics life is a must. Here’s some ideas for you.
Cryonics and Suspended Animation
The most feasible form of suspended animation that could potentially be induced in humans much sooner is hibernation – a hypometabolic state which is closer to our biology due to phylogenetic relations with natural hibernators.
What Would You Do?
When we decide not to take risks, we still risk losing opportunities. Wouldn’t you risk putting everything on the line if you don’t have anything to lose anyways?
Telomerases: Extending Our DNA to Extend Our Lifespan
Our bodies are built out of cells, just like houses are built of bricks. To recover after injury, fight disease and simply stay alive we need new cells every day, but the supplies of new cells grow short and this is the problem we have to find solution for.
DNA Damage Theory of Aging
DNA damage aging theory claims: the accumulation of unrepaired corruptions in DNA is the reason we grow old. Fortunately, we can avoid DNA damage and stimulate DNA repair to achieve longevity.
Prospects of Undoing Death: Could Cryonics Bring Us Back to Life?
Who does not strive for an infinite life? What advancements still need to be made to make eternal life a reality?