October 31, 2014 at 02:44PM

Do you remember when you were a child and you first learned about death? What was your reaction? Most children are terrified of death when they first learn about it, because they have not developed coping mechanisms for death. But adults are quick to rush in with twisted rationalizations for death or offer false promises of heaven. As they grow up, most children gradually lose their fear. Some even start to love death because they are wholeheartedly convinced that heaven awaits. It’s truly sad that they all might enter into oblivion when they die. Of course, they won’t know it because they’ll be dead. But that is precisely why it sucks for them.

I kinda understand where the religious people are coming from (I was once a believer myself — now an atheist)… At least religious people DESIRE an eternal life, although I strongly disagree with their strategy to attain it. What I do not understand is the atheist who says that eternal life would be some kind of curse (a common attitude amongst atheists). Essentially, they have NO PROBLEM with non-existence–they even prefer it. So they are much more daft than the religious people who are counting on heaven. I seriously wonder if these death-loving atheists have a case of the sour grapes, because they think eternal life is out of reach? That seems a likely explanation.

One thing is for sure. People hate to be afraid. If the Christian and the Muslim admitted that their afterlife is just wishful thinking, they’d have to be afraid of death. If the atheist admitted that non-existence was a bad thing, then they’d have to be afraid of death. The common denominator is that people HATE FEAR. People would rather delude themselves so they can be at peace with death. Personally, I think we should not be at peace. If I was at peace with death, I would not have been motivated to start this fan club. We should return to our childlike fears… Our fears tell us something very important — that death is EVIL and UNFAIR, and we must STRIVE for eternal life, against all odds.
And ounce your gone,
you can’t come back…
When you’re out of the blue,
and into the black…
~ Neil Young

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October 31, 2014 at 12:28PM

Happy #Halloween! I think #death is a good subject for today.

How would you answer this question:
“What do you hate most about death?”

I’ll go first. What I hate most about death is that death might permanently destroy my consciousness (there is a VERY BIG possibility that this is the case)… This is a BIG PROBLEM for me because I need to have a consciousness in order to do the things I love doing. There’s SO MUCH THINGS that I enjoy and I HATE the idea that I might never be able to do those things… ever again.

Our society needs to talk about death–REALLY talk about it honestly and admit how horrible it is. Here’s what I think is going on. The idea of death is so traumatic and mentally abusive that it literally causes people to bond with death and deny their victimization. Society vehemently defends death like a battered woman attempts to make excuses for her abusive partner. People are suffering from Stockholm syndrome. We’re all slaves. We have never been free. But the good news is that Indefinite life extension IS POSSIBLE! SENS Research Foundation is making a difference!

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I think that deep down, we all know that Death is Wrong because LIFE IS RIGHT!

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October 28, 2014 at 05:55PM

Isn’t life amazing? Isn’t life AWESOME?!? Eternal life fans never surrender to death. We love life too much! The idea of dying and ceasing to exist is utterly repulsive to us. Living indefinitely is obviously a hard goal, and it may sound unrealistic to some people, but we strive for eternal life because it’s the only possibility worth pursuing. Whatever it is that we enjoy about life, we need to EXIST in order to enjoy it. EXISTENCE is the most important thing! Our existence is too important, and that’s why we would NEVER gamble our existence on the hypothetical possibility of there being life after death….

I believe eternal life is possible because I don’t know what the future holds. Anyone who says that death is inevitable is claiming to know the future. Since when can human beings know the future? Living forever IS hypothetically possible if we cure aging and create a hyper-safe, techno-utopian society that solves all existential threats.

“Big results require big ambitions.” ~ Heraclitus

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October 28, 2014 at 03:02PM

Aging is the ROOT CAUSE of most diseases and the largest cause of suffering and death on earth…. and science is working on a cure. Yes, you heard that correctly. A CURE FOR AGING is possible. The world needs to know. It is not necessary that 100,000 people die from aging EVERY DAY. We can stop this tragic massacre of human life.

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October 27, 2014 at 01:34PM

If someone doesn’t want to live forever, then by default, they want to die eventually. They have a suicidal mindset. Most people must really hate their life. Maybe it’s because they hate themselves? I really think that many people have a death wish because they despise the person they’ve become.

This is why I stress over and over again that it’s so important to really love yourself. Love who you are! In order to love yourself you must follow your conscience and always do what you think is right. You must follow your life’s passion. If you don’t obey your conscience and if you neglect your passion, then you will be riddled with guilt and end up hating yourself. I think people who love themselves are the kind of people who want to live forever. At the end of the day you want to be able to look in the mirror and say, “Gosh darn it, I DESERVE to live forever. The world NEEDS a person like me.”

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October 27, 2014 at 01:10PM

Eternal Life Fans love life so much that we want to keep going forever. Even if we were suffering and in bad health, many of us would still want to stay alive because life may get better in the future. Where there is life, there is opportunity. The only opportunity that death offers is a hypothetical unproven afterlife that is complete conjecture. This is why staying alive in any condition is even more important than avoiding suffering. Existence is all we have. Suffering is temporary–non-existence is permanent (as far as we know). So the message: Stay alive at all costs, even if you are suffering enormously.

I know that life can feel like a nightmare sometimes. A lot of people are really struggling to stay happy. Those people will have even more to appreciate when the singularity comes. It will be like taking a hot bath when you were freezing for so long, or finally getting to eat something when you were starving. Suffering makes pleasure even better. =)

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October 27, 2014 at 12:50PM

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Dr. House understands. The notion of something being “worse than death” is absurd. The only thing that might be worse than death is eternal torment, but that’s a completely made-up hypothetical scenario. In life, suffering is temporary. If someone is being tormented and they start to desire death as a release, I would advise to withstand the pain. Never surrender.

Here’s some perspective for you. When you feel sorry for yourself, just remember that you are still alive and all the famous/rich/successful/talented people of the past are dead. They lost everything (how incredibly tragic). If you are still alive you are winning.

Just by being alive in the year 2014, you have it way better than the countless people who have entered into oblivion (assuming there is no afterlife). They got nothing but a small blip of existence. You could have eternity if you make the right moves and take your eternal life seriously. STAY ALIVE. via Eternal Life Fan Club http://ift.tt/1svJORC

October 26, 2014 at 11:34AM

In regards to the desirability of living forever, humanity is still suffering from the sour grapes effect.

The Fox and the Grapes:
As the fable goes, a hungry fox noticed a bunch of juicy grapes hanging from a vine. After several failed attempts to reach the grapes, the fox gave up and insisted that he didn’t want them anyway because they were probably sour.

I seriously wonder how many people say they don’t want to live forever because they think it’s impossible. PEOPLE–you CAN live forever! These grapes are within reach, but we need to cure aging ASAP!

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October 26, 2014 at 09:04AM

On his 112th birthday, Tomoji Tanabe stated: “I want to live forever. I don’t want to die”

At the time of his death at age 113, Tanabe was the oldest living man in the world.

– Favorite food: fried shrimp
– He ate vegetables and drank milk daily (he was known to guzzle milk)
– Tanabe, on his 113th birthday said “I am happy. I eat a lot. I don’t want to die yet.”
– He credited total abstinence from alcohol and smoking as the secret to his longevity.
– When asked how many more years Tanabe wanted to live, Tanabe replied, “for infinity”

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