Hah, ok. Fair enough Steve.
I am a humanitarian. I hope that we can start with curing disease and congenital defects using longevity enhancing science. Human enhancement is a short term goal of mine and we will work on enhancing the mind later as a long term goal, using non-sheep like genes. 🙂
On Jun 1, 2014, at 6:39 PM, L. Stephen Coles, M.D., Ph.D. wrote:
Liz: Even if Reason and I along with a few other non-sheep
were surrounded by sheep,
I would still opt for extreme longevity. We can educate the sheep
with laptops later.
— Steve Coles
At 05:49 PM 6/1/2014, you wrote:
Subject: Re: [GRG] What
successes have there been in the creation of aging therapies?
Nice outline Thomas, I would like to use it or create
something like it.
Johnny, I believe we are on the brink of many therapies, that i know of
at least. The ability to get these to the public are a rather interesting
and long winding road of education and legislation. Right now being up
front with the donor about you being the person building the bridge from
therapy to use would be very advantageous to our success in the future.
Reason, I am always uncertain about your reasoning and goals, why do you
call people sheep? Why would you want to extend your life if you feel
that you are surrounded by mindless people? What the general population
lacks is education and a hand-up to knowledge. What they don’t lack is
abuse and insults.
We don’t need to nickel and dime the poor, we need big
private investors to come forward for equity positions. We will build the
supercomputer and everyone else will get a laptop.