Life extension

Life extension science, also known as anti-aging medicine, indefinite life extension , experimental gerontology , and biomedical gerontology , is the study of slowing down or reversing the processes of aging to the maximum and the average lifespan . The ability to achieve this, however, does not currently exist. [1] Continue Reading

Morphological freedom

Morphological freedom refers to a civil right of a person to maintain or modify their own body , on their own terms, through informed, consensual recourse to, or refusal of, available therapeutic or enabling medical technology . [1] Continue Reading

Mitochondrial replacement therapy

Mitochondrial replacement ( MRT , sometimes called mitochondrial donation ) is a special form of in vitro fertilization in which the future baby’s mitochondrial DNA comes from a third party. This technique is used when mothers carry genes for mitochondrial diseases . The two most common techniques in mitochondrial donation are pronuclear transfer and maternal spindle transfer . Continue Reading

Mind uploading

Whole brain emulation ( WBE ), mind uploading or brain upload (sometimes called ” mind copying ” or ” mind transfer “) is the hypothetical process of scanning mental state (Including long-term memory and “self”) of a Particular brain substrate and copying it to a computer. The computer could then run a simulation model of the brain’s information processing, such that it responds in essentially the same way to the original brain (ie, indistinguishable from the brain for all purposes) and experiences having a conscious mind . [1] [2] [3] Continue Reading

Longevity escape velocity

Longevity escape velocity (sometimes referred to as Actuarial escape velocity [1] ) is a term used in the life extension movement. It is a hypothetical situation in which life expectancy is longer than the time that is passing. For example, in a given year in which longevity escape velocity would be maintained, Continue Reading

Libertarian transhumanism

Libertarian transhumanism is a political ideology synthesizing libertarianism and transhumanism . [1] [2] [3] Self-APPROBATION libertarian transhumanists, Such As Ronald Bailey of Reason magazine and Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit , are advocates of the Asserted “right to human enhancement ” who argues que la free market is the best guarantor of this right, claiming that it produces greater prosperity and personal freedom than other economic systems. [4] [5] Continue Reading

New eugenics

New eugenics , Also Known As neo-eugenics , consumer eugenics , liberal eugenics , and libertarian eugenics , is an ideology qui advocates the use of reproductive and genetic technologies Where the choice of Enhancing human characteristics and Capacities is left to the individual preferences of the parents acting as consumers , rather than the public health policies of the state . The term “liberal eugenics” was coined by bioethicist Nicholas Agar . [1]Since around the year 2000, the term “libertarian eugenics” has been used because of its intention to keep the role of the eugenics program. [2] Continue Reading


KrioRus ( Russian : КриоРус ) – the first Russian cryonics company, founded in 2005 as a non-governmental organization Russian Transhumanist Movement . KrioRus is the only cryonics company in Europe, that possesses its own cryostorage [note 2] . The company blinds bodies (or brains) of its cryopatients – dead people and animals, in liquid nitrogen , in the hope that someday it will be possible to revive them by means of the emerging technologies of the future [note 3]. The company offers a free service or the entire patient’s body, or just their head. KrioRus cooperates with other cryonics companies of the world, and facilitates placement of patients’ bodies in similar storage facilities, situated outside Russia [note 3] . Continue Reading

Kardashev scale

The Kardashev scale is a method of measuring a civilization ‘s level of technological advancement, based on the amount of energy a civilization is reliable to use for communication. [1] The scale has three designated categories:

    • AT Type I civilization -also called a planetary civilization -can use and store all of the energy that reaches its planet from its parent star .

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