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Virtually Human: The Promise—-and the Peril—-of Digital Immortality
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A Taxonomy and Metaphysics of Mind-Uploading
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A History of Life-Extensionism in the Twentieth Century
Ilia Stambler

Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies
Nick Bostrom


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Longer, Better Lives Program


Twenty extra years of healthy life are just as valuable in someone's second century of life as in their first. With the Longer, Better Lives program we seek to make the case for longer healthier lives, addressing objections to life extension, from the alleged problem of overpopulation to the threat of ennui. We are coordinating and seeking consultation with senior citizens groups and organizations of the disabled to help them challenge ageist and ableist attitudes that discourage the full utilization of health technology.

IEET Longer, Better Lives News

Longevity DividendLongevity Dividend List Promoting research into and access to technologies for healthy longevity

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Longevity Dividend Campaign

Longevity Dividend Statement, the Longevity Dividend article in The Scientist (March 2006)

Immortality Institute An international network of people working on radical life extension.

Methusaleh Mouse Project An annual prize for the team that has made a mouse live the longest, directed by IEET Fellow Aubrey de Grey.

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Recent Longer, Healthy Life News


"Reading robots’ minds"  Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) (Oct 31, 2014)

"Genetic Enineering and Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis"  60 Minutes (Oct 30, 2014)

"Sorgner @ 3rd World Humanities Forum"  (Oct 30, 2014)

"Futurism: Go Big"  by Jønathan Lyons (Oct 30, 2014)

"Why oil is getting cheaper"  by piero scaruffi (Oct 29, 2014)

"7 Signs That the American Dream is Dying"  by Richard Eskow (Oct 29, 2014)

"Can Gene Therapy Cure HIV?"  defeatHIV (Oct 29, 2014)

"Transhumanism: No Gigadeath War"  by Kris Notaro (Oct 29, 2014)

"Transhumanism: The Future of Mental Health"  by Alex Nichols (Oct 28, 2014)

"The Global Gender Gap Report 2014"  World Economic Forum (Oct 28, 2014)

"Sierra Leone: IBM’s New Ebola Insights"  by Kathryn Cave (Oct 28, 2014)

"The Most Controversial Decision in History"  AquinasCollegeGR (Oct 28, 2014)


Exploring Life Extension (Immortality Institute 2005)



This film explores various aspects of extreme life extension and includes interviews with IEET Executive Director James Hughes and IEET Fellow Aubrey de Grey.

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