Human Beings Continue To Dream of Immortality

The last case concerns the entrepreneur Bryan Johnson but all of Silicon Valley is very interested in studies on the subject. The desire to extend life is at its peak but science has a lot of doubts about it

Francesco Carrubba


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Bryan Johnson had a liter of his 17-year-old son Talmage’s blood injected to rejuvenate him. But multigenerational transfusion represents a procedure with no basis for science.

The dream of never dying on the other hand is very fashionable among Silicon Valley entrepreneurs.

Amazon dad Jeff Bezos and Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page are some examples.

My favorite case, however, is that of Frédéric Beigbeder. He managed to get his publisher to pay for all the tests he personally did to become immortal. And he even wrote a novel about it.

I told everything in my article on Upday: read it here

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