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Experimental short film- The Immortalists

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#31 dnamechanic

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Posted 01 September 2007 - 11:32 AM


When I posted the note about your video, it appeared that external links were forbidden.

Today I checked the Unity08 Life Extension thread and was pleasantly surprised.

The text character link that I provided to your video has been activated.

My guess is that the Moderators liked your video :)

#32 Shannon Vyff

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Posted 01 September 2007 - 02:00 PM

I like it too thanks, but you could include some woman to interview, or quote. Also, it can be easily discounted by those who see Immortalist wannabes as extremely selfish. I feel the emotional pull is supposed to be for you, or the viewers own life--there is nary a mention of the extreme resource distribution problems and social inequalities around the world that are just as of an important and pressing issue as ending aging. That being said however I applaud the effort and the quality of the video!

#33 andres

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Posted 01 September 2007 - 05:45 PM

Jason, I really enjoyed this, you've done a great job!

I agree with BruceKlein, it would be cool to get Jose Cordeiro from Caracas, Venezuela if you consider making more documentaries.

I saw this a while back on thoughtware.tv. Thank you for all your efforts!!

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#34 soren

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Posted 16 September 2007 - 04:53 AM

Very nice... Sane, natural, rational!
Unlike the florrid drunken gibberings I had tonight with one of London's art mafiosi, which ended in a net loss of intelligence on both sides...
If I may ask the maker of this film, Jason, does the concept of Cryonic suspension seem like taking things a little too far?

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