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From the shimmering allure of exclusive biohacking hubs where the wealthy seek their personal fountain of youth, to the astonishing scientific revelations from Harvard and MIT about reversing aging at a cellular level, and the audacious decisions of tech billionaires like Peter Thiel endorsing cryonics – this edition is brimming with stories of our collective pursuit of eternal youth. As we peel back the layers, we discover the boundless potential, inherent risks, and moral quandaries that accompany these longevity advancements.
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Welcome to our weekly delve into the nexus of technology and the quest for longevity.

From the shimmering allure of exclusive biohacking hubs where the wealthy seek their personal fountain of youth, to the astonishing scientific revelations from Harvard and MIT about reversing aging at a cellular level, and the audacious decisions of tech billionaires like Peter Thiel endorsing cryonics – this edition is brimming with stories of our collective pursuit of eternal youth. As we peel back the layers, we discover the boundless potential, inherent risks, and moral quandaries that accompany these longevity advancements.

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The Rich are Splurging on Biohacking Clubs (Rolling Stone)

The boundaries between luxury and longevity are blurring, with the affluent diving headfirst into the world of biohacking clubs. A pre-pandemic sensation, biohacking is back with more glitz, targeting those hungry for the elixir of eternal youth. Instead of champagne-soaked evenings, the elite now indulge in cryotherapy and “vampire facials” at exclusive health hubs. Facilities like New York’s Remedy Place or Melbourne’s Saint Haven, with its sci-fi allure, are becoming global hotspots, offering everything from breath training to AI-driven cardio regimes.

But it’s not just a western craze. India’s film industry has hopped on the bandwagon, with Bollywood stars investing in biohacking startups. Yet, while the rich explore novel bio-enhancements, it’s worth noting that not all these interventions come risk-free or guarantee true happiness.

Chemical Cocktail for Reversing Aging (Futurism)

Scientists from Harvard and MIT have announced a groundbreaking discovery: chemical cocktails that can reverse aging at a cellular level. Sounding almost like a sci-fi dream, this team has identified six specific treatments that rejuvenate cells back to a youthful state, according to their recent publication in the journal Aging. While the findings are promising, there are nuances to be understood.

Encouraging results were observed in mice and monkeys, but human trials are still in the pipeline. David Sinclair from Harvard Medical School, a lead on the project, remains optimistic about its potential. Their approach targets cellular aging markers, successfully reversing aging in a mere four days of treatment. While still in its nascent stages, if realized, such a treatment could revolutionize global health, societal dynamics, and environmental implications.

Freezing Yourself for the Future (NY Post)

Billionaire tech magnate Peter Thiel has candidly shared his choice to undergo cryogenic preservation after his demise, a process aimed at potentially bringing individuals back to life in the future. In a recent podcast with journalist Bari Weiss, Thiel affirmed his decision, viewing it as an “ideological statement” rather than a conviction in the technology’s efficacy.

With a net worth surpassing $8 billion, Thiel, a co-founder of PayPal and the initial investor in Facebook, has long shown an interest in cryonics and anti-aging solutions. Although he’s skeptical about the current capabilities of cryonics, he believes it’s essential to explore such avenues. Thiel’s stance reiterates the importance of challenging conventional norms and the continual pursuit of technological advancements.


As we draw this week’s exploration of the marriage between technology and the timeless aspiration for longevity to a close, several musings arise. We’ve dived deep into the opulent world of biohacking, stood at the precipice of potential scientific marvels that reverse aging at its cellular core, and pondered the boundless ambition of tech tycoons seeking immortality.

In this ongoing symphony of tech and agelessness, may our quest be rooted in wisdom, responsibility, and a genuine pursuit of well-being for all. Here’s to unveiling more chapters in this enthralling narrative of life extended.

Until our paths intertwine once more,

The Longr Reads Team.


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Godfrey Reggio, Film Director


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