Peng Zu "long eight hundred years, life forever", lived
more than 800 years, the medieval Idhella witch never married, with
the "holy soul" of the body of 415 years, until today, the
foreign rich secretly raise "blood slaves", customized
human body freezing plan rumors are still in the ear.
years, 100 years, 1000 years, can we finally achieve the
"sustainable" life span?
2012, the Guardian reported that Dr Aubrey de Grey, of Cambridge
University, pioneered the theory of "the rate of escape in
life", saying that within
20 years longevity research would grow faster than death and
humans would be sustainable. In addition, he boldly said in an
interview that "the
first human being of the century to live to the age of 1,000 has been
a talented Cambridge doctor and editor-in-chief of an authoritative
journal, Dr. de Grey's "trump theory" has naturally
provoked a lot of ridicule in academia, with Tyro Kunas, a professor
at the University of California, directly sarcastically saying that
it was the funniest joke he had heard in nearly a decade.
is true that discussing the topic of eternal life with current
technology is tantamount to dreaming, but it seems that it is not
difficult to make the elderly group live with more dignity by living
for a few more years through health technology.
February 2021, a Bloomberg report set off a publicity frenzy: Elon
Musk, the world's richest man and founder of Tesla, revealed on
Clubhouse live that its brain-computer interface chip had broken
through the stage of implanting "primates" in animal
brains, and that monkeys implanted with wireless chips could
play several video games through brain waves. Brain-computer
interface technology allows humans to see the possibility of life's
permanence from different angles.
tiny chip that allows a group of people with damaged spines to
transmit brain signals to computers and then "free movement"
through external aids. In the long run, Musk says, "even if the
body dies, 'consciousness' can continue to persist in the network or
be transplanted into other 'containers'.
the academic community pointed out that this kind of technology may
extend life from the physical level to the consciousness level,
providing a new strategy for this field, human beings "live to
1000 years old" one step closer. But despite its legendary
nature, Wang Shouyan, vice president of Fudan's Institute of Brain
Intelligence Science and Technology, says the distance from
implanting monkey brains to "AI immortality" is too far
the "emerging" in the field of life sciences, the
tech-sci-tech mecca "Silicon Valley" has long allowed
mature related technologies to take shape. In 2012, Google set up a
secret project, Calico, to pay $2 billion to declare war on Death; in
2016, Facebook founder Zukerberg set up a $3 billion foundation to
tackle age-related illnesses once and for all this century; and in
2017, Oracle founder Larry Ellison spent $1 billion working with
leading universities to study key mechanisms for life decline.
Thiel, a representative Silicon Valley investor, was more aggressive,
spending millions of dollars on a multi million-dollar
"blood-for-service" from a Silicon Valley start-up called
Ambrosia; Musk's current girlfriend, 33-year-old singer Grimes, was
influenced by her boyfriend to perform Blue Light Removal surgery on
Chinese rich are not too expensive to let go. Hong Kong Island's
richest man, Li Chaoren, has a fond interest in a mysterious
molecule. It is understood that in May 2017, the "rich list"
of 22 years of Superman Li went to the University of California to
first understand and try the molecule, to friends "as if back to
20 years old." Lee's decisive investment of HK$170m in related
material bets comes after he invested heavily in the life sciences
sector to set up the Biomedical and Health Sciences Centre and hire
Nobel Prize-winning chemist Doudna as a professor. Under the leading
effect of the richest man, the molecule in the north and other cities
in the high net worth circle caused a wave, commercialization results
Ai Muyin, despite the value of a lot of, still in JD.com and other
markets continue to be popular until out of stock. Earlier this year,
a large clinical outcome of 304 people was positive, and Lee's stake
in the company he had invested in jumped 97 percent overnight,
helping it regain its position as the richest man.
at the top of wealth and power tend to fear death more. UBS,
known for serving high net worth individuals, surveyed more than
5,000 high-net-worth investors (with at least $1m in invest-able
assets) in 2018, with 84 per cent of the rich saying they were
"willing to spend $10,000 a week on health needs". Real
estate tycoon Li Zhaoji (who was ranked 4th in Hurun worldwide and is
currently the 2nd Chinese) is calling out "willing to use 100
billion, in exchange for 20 years of youth."
is a "miracle" era, the rapid development of health
technology is rapidly disintegrating our inherent thinking. "The
gap" caused by the gap between rich and poor is unfolding
will further widen with technological developments," Stephen
Temer, chief strategist at Silver Merrill Lynch, said in a May 2019
report. This is not a worry, the aforementioned cause of the domestic
high net worth trend of Ai Muyin, even if the domestic set up 100
tons of factories, customers are mostly from first-tier cities.
the rich monopolize sustainable technology through wealth, when money
may become a "death-free gold medal", as ordinary people,
do we choose to sit back and die or make good money? It's a heavy