Whether we’re combating death itself by means of gene-editing or via cryonics, there is one thing which is most certain about our future: it is going to be an indefinitely extended one! One could argue that all of our actions today in both science and technology are predicated on the pursuit of ending aging once and for all. A future where everyone has the choice on how long they wish to live and when they wish to die. It is then certainly unsurprising to see a political party rise which seeks to fight for indefinite life extension. Welcome to the future!
It would appear that Elon Musk isn’t done shocking the world, for on Tuesday, his company SpaceX filed a lengthy application to the FCC to acquire permission to launch 4,425 satellites and be distributed throughout Earth’s orbit. SOURCE
Cryonics in the UK
What is arguably a big victory for cryonics in the United Kingdom, a terminally ill 14-year-old girl has won a historic legal battle, whereby the High Court judge ruled in favor of her being cryogenically preserved. SOURCE
Transhumanist Party (USA)
In the wake of Donald Trump becoming President of the United States, placing a very dark threat towards the future of science and tech. innovation, the Transhumanist Party (USA) has restructured itself and has now officially opened membership applications. SOURCE