The Financial Times, Immortality, & Thanksgiving - Brief Update
Updated: Apr 28, 2022
“The quest to make death optional — or at least meaningfully defer it beyond current norms —is no longer a fringe pursuit.” - FT (Oct. 28, 2021)
Is 2021 the official year of Immortality Awareness?
As the year comes to an end, the prospect of living in good health for centuries, or even millenniums, may no longer be the writing of science fiction, the fringe, or obscure ideals of 'renegade' philosophers passionate about solving some of humanity's greatest existential puzzles.
With the increasing news on biotechnological developments and billionaires investing in superlongevity research, the message is bold & clear -- the prospect of "curing" aging is a reality. What an astonishing progres to be thankful of!
Wishing you an inspiring week of Gratitude & Thanksgiving.
A Question For IM Readers:
Would you want to live 1,000 years or more?
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dinorah Delfin is an activist, entrepreneur, & conceptual, multimedia artist passionate about the prospect of a technological singularity for self-enlightenment. Inspired by her lifelong interest in science and the future of humanity, Dinorah established Immortalists Magazine, and its hosting platform The Immortalists Club, “to build an exclusive & diverse network of visionary thinkers that care about the future of humanity.” Dinorah dabbed in chemistry in her native country Venezuela, later switching to Baruch College in New York City where she graduated Cum Laude in Entrepreneurship Management with a minor in English.