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TEDsters Maybe Ready for Life Extension

In this great talk Harvey Fineberg, medical ethicist, asks the audience what would they choose to enchance if there was a possibility. Out of memory, fitness, longevity and creativity the majority chose living longer. I think it’s a very good indication that among the most progressive people there’s an emerging trend of extended longevity. The whole talk was about evolution and what would the next step for us be. I think intelligence serves as the new evolutionary factor as it gives us the opportnity to adapt at best to the environment. The only question is when we will be able to live much longer than we do now? Are we going to make it? I’d love to. What about you?


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H+ Summit in Boston

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The  H+ Summit took place in Boston on June 12-13 at the Harward University Science Center. Here are some photos that I took at the meeting. Above pictured are the organizers David Orban and Alex Lightman introducing Andrea Kuszewski, who worked on enhancing the intelligence of the audience.

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