Category: Retirement Planning

Dec 08 2013

Towards Real Progress in Healthy Life Extension – Update On Google’s Calico and the Importance of Mouse Rejuvenation

Will proof of concept of anti-aging therapies in mammals be enough to turn the tide in public ambivalence? Personally, while convincing proof of concept will help, the reluctance of a large part of society to see healthy life extension as desirable will likely take much more. A large amount of grass-roots discussion, debate and communication at all levels of society, led by those who have thought it through will be needed.

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Nov 17 2013

Why The Increasing Pace of Innovation and Disruption Matters To Your Life and Retirement

Impacts to your income, your assets, your pension safety, your longevity are just a few reasons that the exponential advances in technology need to be part of your thinking and planning.

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Oct 26 2013

Life Extension Super-Booster? Google Searches to Extend Your Expiry Date

As big money starts to get behind life extension research, we may be witnessing the dawn of a moon-shot like anti-aging rush. Google is now the 3rd largest corporation in the U.S. When it announces a new venture, it’s likely other big players will take note…and so should we.

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Oct 14 2013

Anti-aging and Rejuvenation Research Is a Surprising Key to Averting Global Financial Crisis

The idea that by helping people live healthier and longer lives we can also greatly help the global economy is, I find, very intriguing. This is the thesis of Alex Zhavoronkov’s book “The Ageless Generation: How Advances in Biomedicine Will Transform the Global Economy”.

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Oct 06 2013

The Future And You – Interviews Michael Nuschke of Retirement Singularity

Recently, Stephen Euin Cobb, of the podcast series “The Future and You”, interviewed me on all things “Retirement Singularity”. We got into healthy life extension, technological disruption, life coaching and the impacts to personal finances.
In particular we discussed most of the themes inside the “End of Retirement As We Know It” report.

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Sep 22 2013

Ageless Generation: Interview with Alex Zhavoronkov

A new book entitled “Ageless Generation: How Advances in Biomedicine Will Transform the Global Economy” proposes at breakthrough solution to the approaching economic crisis. Namely, advance anti-aging and regenerative medicine and charge the cultural significance of “retirement”.

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Aug 20 2013

Making Sense of SENS – Ending Aging & Starting Rejuvenation

Essentially, Aubrey says that, while preventing aging may be possible in the future, the processes of aging are so complex, that this project will take many, many years. However, another approach that he promotes via his SENS organization is to develop therapies now to repair the damage that the processes of aging have produced in our bodies. This approach has the benefit of being do-able in our lifetime – and perhaps even within the lifetime of people currently as old at 70.

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Jul 30 2013

Is Your Retirement Nest-Egg Big Enough? Or Is “Growing a Nest-Egg” The Wrong Idea?

Saving a retirement “nest-egg” may be the wrong goal for retirement. Expanding healthy life spans require we “reframe” the notion of retirement.

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Jun 27 2013

Healthy Life Extension or Extended Expensive Illness – Mostly Our Choice

This short 1 minute video contains profound meaning to your life, that of your family, society and to the economy! Are you risking “making the cut” to healthy life extension by ignoring the messages?

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Jun 09 2013

Global Future 2045 – Check Out These Promo Videos from Kurzweil, Diamandis, Church, Martin and Others

The Global Future 2045: International Congress is approaching. But no need to wait as some great content from an amazing list of speakers is already on the site. Check out these excellent short clips from Ray Kurzweil, George Church, Peter Diamandis and James Martin

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