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Projects to accelerate radical healthy longevity



de Grey, Wood, Cortese, Stambler, Konovalenko

David Wood

Posted: Sep 30, 2013


Ilia StamblerFranco CorteseMaria KonovalenkoAubrey de Grey and David Wood talk about action they have taken to push longevity during a London Futurists G+ Hangout on the 19 of September, 2013.


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Just had a team meeting with my manager regarding "Longevity day". He expressed a wish to extend the working hours in a day for no extra payment. I, (and others), said NO!

I guess it's about getting priorities into perspective?

On a more serious note, I don't wanna remain old and ugly indefinitely? (Cylons may have/be the answer)?



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