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The Machinery of the Mind: What’s Ahead in Brain Research?

by futurist Kit Worzel One of humanity’s final frontiers of research is the human brain. Dimitry Itskov, a Russian billionaire, is keeping abreast of research as part of his Immortality 2045 project, which has the end goal of uploading his … Continue reading

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Towards an Immortal Brain

by futurist Kit Worzel, B.Sc. In my last blog I wrote about longevity and how there were a number of possibilities as to how we could make the body last longer. I touched on the brain, but only briefly, because … Continue reading

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5 Things You Need to Know About Living Forever

by futurist Kit Worzel Jeanne Calment of France was born in 1875, and died in 1997, at the age of 122, the oldest verifiable age for a human being. She was alive for the Boer war, the establishment of the … Continue reading

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10 Things You Need to Know About the Next 10 Years

What follows is a summary of a presentation I delivered to the World Education Congress of Meeting Planners International in Vancouver, Canada at the end of July, 2010. This was part of a series of “Flash” presentations, each limited to … Continue reading

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