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Chinese immortalists (split from wood frog)

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Posted 09 May 2014 - 05:19 PM

The third choice of course would be to get China involved in Radical Life Extension. Everytime China get's involved, things accelerate. Take solar panels for an example. President Obama sinks tons of money into Solara and China beats them with a product that costs pennies to the dollar. What we need is a liaison or ambassador to the CCP.


The human body won't be cloned... that would require growing a new one, and a new identity as with the movie "The Island." Instead, the new body will be printed. Check out a company called Tengion or the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine (there are others too). They are printing organs and will eventually be able to print whole bodies without the brain. So the brain will be repaired from cryonics and implanted into a newly printed body. The patient will then undergo physical therapy to get used to the new body and form the connections necessary to operate their new "meat sack." The cells used to produce the new body will be recovered from the cryopreservation and will be repaired and upgraded to improve the sustainability of the new body. The whole process is without ethical objection.


At least that's how it's looking now. I only see things getting better.

#2 leo tang

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Posted 09 May 2014 - 08:31 PM

U must be a fans of the film "2012", believe that China is a rising power?


Man, me being a chinese, I tell you that only "fake" things happen in China.


The leaders who got a lot of money from China government, buy

some motorola freescale and remark to say that he invented it!


The "longsoon" CPU, told to be as powerful as Pentium 4?

indeed everyone can buy the copyright from MIPS and.... china even dont produce it

herself, they let a france-italy factory to produce for her.


the leaders usually went to USA with billions and never return,

if u want hook, sex slave and slave labor, go China.


Believe that China could help is like beliving Ethiopia could help,

you are joking man~






#3 leo tang

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Posted 09 May 2014 - 08:35 PM

well sorry I have to correct it myself,


I am forced to say I am a chinese,

indeed I am not.


I am a Hong Kong ese.


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Posted 09 May 2014 - 09:10 PM

The Chinese are still very smart and work hard. There's no use reinventing the wheel when one that is already designed would be profitable. China is good at combining technologies and making things efficient. They also have life saving operations that still aren't available in the US. For instance, in the US we routinely remove gallbladders that are filled with stones. In China, they have a technology to remove the stones with minimally invasive techniques which spare the patient from the side effects and shortened life one would expect when they don't have a gallbladder. We can't just look at a few things that they copied or a few failures. 

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