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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October 25, 2014 at 01:23PM

In order to reach Longevity escape velocity, I would strongly recommend that your diet be comprised of lots of colorful fruits and vegetables (preferably without pesticides).

As you’ve probably heard before, Oxidative damage is one of the causes of aging. The color pigments in plant foods are natural Antioxidants that help slow the rate of oxidative damage and thereby preserve the length of your Telomeres.[1]

Eating one or two pigments of color is not nearly as powerful as eating all of them, so stack the odds in your favor and go for the full gamut.

An article on the benefits of each color:

TIP: The anti-oxidants in many fibrous vegetables is not well absorbed unless they are cooked or blended. Also, according to the Linus Pauling Institute, Carotenoids (such as Lutein, Zeaxanthin, Lycopene, and Astaxanthin) require the presence of fat in the same meal for absorption.[2] People on non-fat diets will not absorb much of these antioxidants. So make sure you eat some healthy fats with your meals such as extra-virgin olive oil, nuts, seeds, avocados, coconuts, or unpasteurized grass-fed butter.

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October 25, 2014 at 10:29AM

We live in an exciting time right now, where in the near future, people may no longer have to die from aging. SENS Research Foundation and Buck Institute for Research on Aging, and Google Calico are working hard to literally CURE AGING! How amazing would that be!? We all know that aging is horrible because the suffering and DEATH that it causes. Let’s do whatever we can to raise awareness! How can anyone argue against a cure for aging? Any hypothetical problems that may arise from indefinite lifespans is a SMALL MATTER compared to the problems (mainly DEATH) that aging causes right now! We can worry about hypothetical problems when and if they come. But right now, we cannot sit back and do nothing while innocent people are forced into OBLIVION just because humans have not evolved to live longer! The fact that turtles, clams, and some fish can live longer than humans is an insult to our species. We humans have the potential to end suffering and create heaven on earth… Right now we are slaves to the aging process. We have never been free. But when we put a stop to aging, it will be the birth of a new era of true freedom and happiness. Life can be so much better than it is. Human evolution has only just begun, and we have a bright future indeed.

More funding is needed. Aging will be cured—it’s just a matter of time, and we need to be alive when that day comes!

“…The fact that one happens to have lived a long time already does not diminish one’s entitlement to live a lot longer.” ~ Aubrey de Grey

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October 23, 2014 at 06:30PM

I love people who love life and don’t ever want to die. Dying sucks and that’s why we need to live forever by any means possible.

Stay healthy and stay out of danger. I’m going to be posting much more health information in the future. I’ve been studying a lot. For now, check out these simple tips to stay healthy and reach Longevity escape velocity http://is.gd/b2xdJb

And please remind all your friends that life is precious and when they die, there is no coming back. Death is permanent annihilation (as far as we know)… Force them to think about how horrible that is.

If your friends are religious and are not trying to live forever physically, don’t judge them for their beliefs. Beliefs are involuntary. Judge them for not acting wisely (risking their eternal life on an unproven assumption). No true fan of eternal life would be so careless. via Eternal Life Fan Club http://ift.tt/1sf4UUb

October 23, 2014 at 02:55PM

via Eternal Life Fan Club http://ift.tt/1uMcwze Many people say that an eternal existence would be boring. But even if that was the case (which it’s not!), a boring existence is better than non-existence. Death is far worse than boredom. I would rather live forever in a prison cell than to not exist. At least in a prison cell I would have my mind and imagination. Life is interesting. Death is a whole lot of nothing…. basically, death sucks more than anything. But that’s just my thoughts. What do you think?

October 23, 2014 at 01:19PM

via Eternal Life Fan Club http://ift.tt/1zmGr9p Come on eternal life fans, let’s tell the world that aging is curable! We don’t have to get old and sick and die! Involuntary death is a tragedy beyond words. We cannot rest until every human being has the means to extend their life indefinitely, and SENS Research Foundation is helping us achieve this goal. Aging is unfair—DEATH IS UNFAIR!

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You can also help by supporting these pages:
Advocate of Negligible senescence, MILE – Movement for Indefinite Life Extension, Protest to END AGING, Aging Kills Campaign, Longevity Party, Indefinite life extension, Death is Wrong

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This is one of the most important concepts to understand about living forever/eternal life. That is, living forever is a NEVER ENDING PROCESS. Do not listen to anyone who says you can “know” or be “certain” that you will have an eternal life. That is absurd because we cannot know the future. As Kurzweil said, we can never say that we’ve “lived forever” because forever KEEPS GOING. When someone is overly confident of their eternal life or claims to be certain of it, I think they are usually deluding themselves as a way to cope with their own mortality. By pretending that their future is more secure than it really is, they can avoid having to think about the frightening prospect of death. Comforting as it may be, a coping mechanism does not prepare one for the harsh reality. The religious person who says “I know I’m saved”, and the new age person who says “death is an illusion”, or even the transhumanist who says “my immortality is inevitable via quantum archeology or mind-files”… All these people have one thing in common. Death is not a problem for these people, according to their worldview. If one believes their success is guaranteed, they are only setting themselves up for failure. It’s hard to prepare for challenges that one does not believe exist. I recommend to live honestly in the face of death, and to use your fear as fuel to supercharge your motivation to strive for perfection. Fear can be transformed into wise action, but you need to have that underlying fear to start with. And the fear comes from doubting your own eternal life. I think this community needs to be careful not to sugarcoat immortality. Living forever will be very hard, but it’s worth the effort because existence is a priceless commodity–even more valuable than freedom or happiness. #death #transhumanism #immortality #Kurzweil #liveforever