Some scientists say we can live much longer if we develop integrated solutions.
Longevity is a hot topic in the press and on social media. Looking at the research, tools, services, and therapies, we can see that longevity is a booming industry.
Biomedicine, Biotechnology, HealthTech, AgeTech, Gero-science, Stem Cells, Nanomedicine, Neurotechnology, Genetic Engineering, and the Internet of Bodies are the central research constituents of this industry.
Throughout history, humans tried different ways to expand their lifespans. Through scientific and technological breakthroughs, some improvements were made. However, the progress is still negligible. Mental health issues such as dementia still have no viable solution.
For example, according to various records on the Internet, the oldest person who lived was 122 years and 164 days. Jeanne Calment from France was born in 1875 and died in 1997.
Currently, the five most aged people who still live are Kane Tanaka (Japan), who is 118 years old, Lucile Random (France), 117, Nabi Tajima (Japan), 117, and Marie-Lousie Meilleur (Canada), 117 years.
Despite these dreary stats, some scientists believe that we can increase the current lifespan by around ten times, asserting humans can live at least 1,000 years, provided we invest in longevity research, science, technology, and governmental support.
One of the widely debated topics is chronological aging versus biological aging. While chronological age is just a number, what really matters is people’s biological age from longevity and healthspan perspectives. Therefore, scientists work on identifying biological pathways to aging.
The focus of scientists and technologists is to crack the code to longevity. They believe that current research funds are too low to encourage researchers to conduct comprehensive research studies.
To this end, some organizations offer big prizes. One of them is the Palo Alto Longevity Prize. This organization offers a one-million-dollar reward for a life science competition dedicated to ending aging.
Cambridge scientist and author of Ending Aging: The Rejuvenation Breakthroughs That Could Reverse Human Aging in Our Lifetime, Aubrey De Grey, believes that “most of the fundamental knowledge needed to develop effective anti-aging medicine already exists.” He thinks that science is ahead of the funding.
Dr. Grey’s work aims to identify and promote technological approaches to reversing aging. As one of the eminent scientists and technologists, Dr. Grey believes humans can live at least 1,000 years.
Here’s Why Some Scientists Believe We Might Live 1,000 Years.
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