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This is a tough book to rate. It is a sizeable book, that walks the reader through all the standard stuff of how to know if you are healthy and what to do to remain that way. Read morePublished 20 hours ago by dingo
I read this book because, probably like most of you, I'd like to live healthier for longer/indefinite. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Mr. R. O'regan
Nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, and 3d printing. These are just a few of the technologies that are rapidly accelerating according to Moore's Law and changing the world. Read morePublished 27 days ago by D. Anderson
Kurzweil and Grossman describe expected future advancements in medical practice. The potential for a long and well lived life is likely within our grasp in the coming decades. Read morePublished 1 month ago by shane
great service. Good price. Content not so great. Perfect for the atheist who wants to usher in the singularity and live eternity in Hell.Published 1 month ago by Ryan
Easy transaction and quick shipment. Product as described. Thanks!Published 1 month ago by barefoot
Very knowledgeable. Love it. This is something that everyone should know. Even at a young age. Very good work!!!!!¡Published 2 months ago by David west
If you've been reading the medical news and keeping up on health recommendations there isn't anything all that new or surprising here. Read morePublished 2 months ago by D.
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Um OK, you go ahead with death, I'll take my chances with an indefinite lifespan.
Look. While Kurzweil certainly has his critics, life extension & the singularity are based on *science*. The afterlife is, as far as anyone can scientifically determine, nothing more than mythology, comfortable... Read More
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