May 20, 2016
Robert Young has been fascinated with staving off death since he was a toddler.
We spoke to the world's leading experts in the field of human life extension to get an update on how close we are to living forever.
If jellyfish can do it, why can't humans?
We talked to him about Gnosticism, torture, and the economic crisis.
Randal Koene wants to move humanity from Earth to the Cloud, making us part robot and completely immortal.
In 2014, bodies turned up in weird places, people had complicated feelings about suicide, and the circumstances of our eventual deaths became disturbingly clear.
There are a few flaws to Itskov's idea, but that hasn't stopped more than 20,000 people from publicly supporting the site, which outlines his plan of using android bodies for immortality. Dubbed the 2045 Initiative, Itskov is selling his idea as the "next…
I chatted at length with the University of California–Riverside philosophy professor about living forever. As expected, the conversation got pretty meta.
Last week we premiered a documentary about Steve Ludwin, a nutty guy who injects himself with snake venom as a means to becoming immortal. It was a YouTube hit, and received thousands of comments, such as "This guy is pretty cool" and "You look like you
For the past 20 years Steve Ludwin has been sticking deadly snake venom in a syringe and mainlining it. He claims that snake juice is the ultimate pick-me-up, making him stronger, faster, and more resilient. And now, it looks like mainstream scientific re…
A gang of Chernobyl survivor scientists escaped to a remote island to resurrect ancient Greek theories and live forever.