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The Need for LongEvangelism

Getting the word out about life extension is a lot harder than it should be.

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It doesn’t help that there are many terms for what is essentially the same thing: anti-aging, rejuvenation, life extension, and longevity. And then some terms are often conflated with the meanings of those words, such as “immortality,” but which have very different meanings.




Stories, insights, and inspiration from the space and longevity frontier.

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