are ahead of our time, and, hopefully, we have all our time ahead of
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|SENS: Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence|
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|Towards a Philosophy of Immortality:
July 22, 2004:
Three primary mentalities prevent most people in our time from pursuing a radical and even indefinite extension of the human lifespan. Marc Geddes explains and eloquently refutes all of these paradigms.
The Quest for Indefinite Life I: Engineered Negligible Senescence:
July 29, 2004:
Initiating a series of articles about real, scientific prospects for extending human life indefinitely, Dr. Aubrey D. N. J. de Grey explains the goal of "Engineered Negligible Senescence" and its desirability.
The Quest for Indefinite Life II: The Seven Deadly Things and Why There Are Only Seven:
July 30, 2004:
Dr. Aubrey D. N. J. de Grey explains in detail the seven obstacles to indefinite life and principal causes of senescence and death. Eliminating them could expand the human lifespan to 5000 years.
The Quest for Indefinite Life III: The Progress of SENS:
July 31, 2004:
The goal of Engineered Negligible Senescence is an ambitious and still controversial one. Dr. Aubrey D. N. J. de Grey examines the root of mainstream inertia in the War on Aging, as well as what you can do to accelerate the effort.
Monologue of Immortal Man:
July 30, 2004:
What would a man who had attained eternal life say of those who had doubted the possibility or desirability of such an undertaking? This poem by G. Stolyarov II explores such a question.
Conquering the Unknowable:
August 14, 2004:
G. Stolyarov II presents his fundamental reasoning behind his contribution to the War on Aging and the Methuselah Mouse Prize.
Fountain of Youth Discovered? Ask the Mouse!:
January 5, 2005:
This Methuselah Foundation press release describes the heroic research efforts of a scientist who was able to artificially prolong the lifespan of mice by 15%. Dr. Stephen Spindler has recently received the Foundation's Methuselah Mouse Prize, of which The Rational Argumentator is a proud sponsor.
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