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This edition unfolds tales from Silicon Valley's latest foray into biohacking, to the lofty quests of technology magnates who dare to defy time's relentless march, and culminates in the meticulously crafted lifestyle of a biohacker whose years belie his biological age. Each narrative weaves a compelling story of human ingenuity, ambition, and the relentless pursuit of longevity beyond the conventional boundaries of time and age. 
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Good Morning,

Esteemed readers, welcome to a new chapter in the Longr Reads saga, where we venture deep into the heart of longevity science, a realm where audacious dreams meet pioneering research. 

This edition unfolds tales from Silicon Valley’s latest foray into biohacking, to the lofty quests of technology magnates who dare to defy time’s relentless march, and culminates in the meticulously crafted lifestyle of a biohacker whose years belie his biological age. Each narrative weaves a compelling story of human ingenuity, ambition, and the relentless pursuit of longevity beyond the conventional boundaries of time and age. 

Join us as we explore these captivating developments, standing at the crossroads of technology, health, and the enduring human quest for longevity. Here, we delve into a world where the once-fictional fountain of youth begins to ripple with the possibilities of reality.

Let’s dive in …


Silicon Valley’s Testosterone Soirées: A New Biohacking Trend (Business Insider)

In the innovative crucible of Silicon Valley, Jeff Tang, founder of T Party, has ignited a novel trend with his testosterone parties. 

After shuttering his startup, Athens Research, Tang pivoted to addressing a ubiquitous concern among men: declining testosterone levels. These gatherings, marked by a convivial atmosphere, offer a spectrum of testosterone tests, priced between $100 to $400. Tang’s approach, emphasizing natural enhancement, diverges sharply from conventional hormone therapies. However, it has sparked debate among medical professionals. 

Dr. Anant Vinjamoori of Modern Age voices concerns about potential oversights in focusing solely on testosterone, underlining the complexity of hormonal health and its broader implications.

Tech Billionaires’ Lifespan Extension Ventures (Business Insider)

The quest for immortality has captivated a cadre of tech billionaires, who are funneling vast resources into life-extending technologies. 

Figures like Sam Altman, Peter Thiel, and Sergey Brin are harnessing their wealth to back groundbreaking initiatives, from cellular rejuvenation to combating age-related ailments. These leaders are not just passive investors; they are actively shaping the trajectory of longevity research, illustrating a significant shift in the tech world. 

While these endeavors are awe-inspiring, they also stir ethical debates about the implications of life-prolonging technologies and their accessibility, highlighting a complex interplay between wealth, scientific advancement, and societal impact.

The Age-Defying Routine of a 63-Year-Old Biohacker (Men’s Health)

Mark Hyman, at 63, stands as a testament to the power of biohacking, claiming a biological age of just 43. 

His disciplined evening regimen is a masterclass in self-care: a carefully chosen diet, rigorous screen limitations, and relaxation practices like nature walks and mantra meditation. However, Hyman’s approach, while aligning with general wellness principles, veers into the more extreme realms of biohacking. Experts acknowledge the potential benefits of some biohacking methods but caution against untested and radical practices.

Hyman’s narrative exemplifies the allure of biohacking in the pursuit of youthfulness, underscoring the importance of balance and scientific evidence in such health endeavors.


Here we have ventured through a captivating spectrum of narratives that underscore the relentless human pursuit of longevity. 

From the testosterone-infused soirées in Silicon Valley, where biohacking meets social interaction, to the lofty endeavors of tech billionaires investing fortunes in the quest to defy aging, these stories illuminate the boundless frontiers of health and science. Then, delving into the disciplined lifestyle of a 63-year-old biohacker, we are reminded of the individual’s power to challenge the conventional norms of aging through meticulous self-care and lifestyle choices. 

These diverse tales not only highlight the advancements in longevity science but also bring to light the ethical, societal, and personal implications of such pursuits. They remind us that the journey to extend life is as much about enriching its quality as it is about adding years. 

As we close this edition, we reflect on the extraordinary potential and complexities inherent in our quest for a longer, healthier life.

Until our paths cross again,

The Longr Reads Team


“Biohacking is about making your biology do what you want by using effective, safe tools, not necessarily about being the most natural person out there.”

Dave Asprey, Entrepreneur and Author


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