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The Movement for Indefinite Life Extension

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#1 brokenportal

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Posted 19 May 2010 - 09:25 PM

The Movement for Indefinite Life Extension
on what it means for it to be your movement in general

The movement for indefinite life extension is a dynamic world movement. The movement is not a business, though it can contain businesses, and business elements. The movement is not for profit, though you can make profits. The cause is not a competitor in a market, though friendly competition within can be used to quicken the chase. The movement is not a hobby; it is a full time volunteer struggle, like a war, or a crisis outreach, or a moral crusade, although we can make it our hobby.

The movement for indefinite life extension belongs to us. This movement is all of the worlds, just as sure as our lives are ours. In what ways do our lives belong to other people? In that same way is this movement ours. Who can tell us to slow down? We want to live, we stake our claim in this existence, we have the courage to face the challenges of the struggle for indefinite life extension, we reach for the highest levels of commitment and action.

The movement for indefinite life extension can be completed in our lifetimes. Every one of us controls the throttle on this cause. In a race, it is the wide open throttle that gets you there. In harvest time it is the tractors and harvesters not in sheds, but those out with open throttles that do the work. When we drive to the ocean, those of us that do 5 miles an hour a few months a year won't get there until the summer is over. We set the speed limit. The cure could be at any mountain top, at any finish line, any harvest could be the one that gets us there. Go there fast.

The movement for indefinite life extension is our responsibility. It's not the government's responsibility, or health institutions responsibilities. Its not the responsibility of the rich and wealthy. Its not the responsibility of the guy with the clout and the connections. Its not the responsibility of the genius, or the guy with the microscope, or the guy with the library under his hat. The movement is all of our responsibilities. Not only do we depend on each and every one who is already fortunate enough to understand the importance of this movement, but the entire world depends on us.

The movement for indefinite life extension is embedded in the fabric or our existence. Everything about a human is about the fight for survival. The body takes over in subconscious and even unconscious ways to continue survival, withdrawing circulation from your limbs when your freezing. We fight past the point of mental exhaustion, through any environment and adapt when escape cannot be made. Things like mummification exemplify ancient struggle to live indefinitely. New stories on the subject continue into present day. Vast and powerful Institutions of religion have chiseled their way into the bedrock of the foundations of human society to excuse death with their promises of immortality. Many say that the very purpose of science is the pursuit of indefinite life extension. Now because of science, technology, the communication revolution and others, humanity is finally able to put it into practice in places like SENS Foundation and Longecity.

The movement for indefinite life extension is a part of life. We have to make many sacrifices of time in our lives that become a part of our lives. We have to eat so we go to the store, hunt, and tend to our gardens. We have to stay warm and dry so we go to work to afford our roofs. We have to breathe so we open our mouths. We have to remain healthy so we sleep and exercise. Exactly in those ways, we have to live so we must sacrifice for the movement for indefinite life extension. After a while it becomes common place, just as surely as we do those things we engage this movement for indefinite life extension. Its life, we face it or die.

The movement for indefinite life extension is on a due course. We ride its wave, contributing as much as we muster ourselves to along the way. Movements go through birth, social unrest, mobilization, maintenance, and conclusion. The movement has already been born; the social unrest has been under way. There is now ever increasing amounts of incoming people for the cause every day. There were just a couple hundred per year around 2002 and there are now more than 1,000 unique visitors every single day in 2010, and continuing to grow. We are now transitioning into the stage of mobilization. Social reform will then create a system like those of the government, churches, schools, clubs, restaurant chains and others.

The movement for indefinite life extension sets goals. Goals take us there. We have reached many already. The movement took root and sprouted. It has produced books and conferences, made its way into the news many times, harnessed its first influxes of funding, built its first labs, established structure, facilities, philosophies and more. Registrations and memberships are going up. The media is getting the message. There is one set of strategies for ending the damages of aging underway, and there is a MILE plan to inform the world in development. These plans are some of the first paths laid out before you by the people, for the people, of the people. These are your paths that are opening up --

--this is your world movement for indefinite life extension. The world lives and dies with you.

Edited by brokenportal, 30 October 2011 - 07:37 PM.

#2 chrwe

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Posted 20 May 2010 - 06:48 AM

Nice one! And true.

#3 valkyrie_ice

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Posted 20 May 2010 - 04:23 PM

Hey BP, if you want to reach some people who really need to hear this come to this article on H+ magazine.


Maybe you can get through to some of these "immortality would just cause problems, we need to die" people. The levels of deathism are driving me nutty.

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#4 The Immortalist

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Posted 06 June 2010 - 03:00 AM

at the end you said there's a six point plan to inform the world in developement, what is that? There's a 5 year plan I know of but what's the 6 point plan?

Edited by The MILE/The Immortalist, 06 June 2010 - 03:24 AM.

#5 brokenportal

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Posted 13 July 2010 - 07:30 PM

The name isnt as important at this time as the developing content. It was 5 year plan but it was a bit more accurate as 6 point plan, and it may, probably will change again as this evolves. This here is what your talking about: http://www.imminst.o...pic=36215&st=20

VI, thats what the internetworking team is all about, showing support for this cause to balance out and tip the negative comments in places like that to show favorable like, and disseminate information about the realities of this movement for indefinite life extension. Injecting these statements, as your getting at, does make a big difference yes, especially when we coordinate it on larger scales that can grow indefinitely as the internetworking team does.

Consequently, the team is actually heating up, taking it to the house, doing what it has been preparing for, right now. Please do join that. We need you there.

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