Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Supporting Evolution: Stopping the Aging Process

After writing about evolution and the purpose of life, my thinking has taken a new twist.

Rather than merely stating that the purpose of life is to evolve, I want to actively support that purpose. To do this, I want to help with an evolutionary step - a solution to the problem of aging.

So, now I would like to find ways to stop aging.

To do this, I want to raise money for aging research.

I don't know how to do this or where to start. I don't know the best way to stop aging.

But I do know that it is possible, and that it will happen some day. Soon. I just don't know if it will be during my lifetime.

In part, that depends on me. And you.

So, if you see aging as a problem (many don't) and you would like to join me in the battle against aging, let me know.

Personally, I think this is the most important issue of the day. So, if you agree, send me an email (meangingoflifeonline@yahoo.com) and let me know how you can help; and visit my new anti-aging web site http://immortalityupdate.blogspot.com/

Don't just be an observer. Participate in human evolution. Help me stop aging.

My plan? I want to raise $1 billion for aging research. If you don't want to age and die, then help me do this. Those who contribute the most are first in line for treatment.

You can help with information, skills (fund raising, blogging, web site design), encouragement, and cash. I will use the money to support the most appropriate aging research with the sole aim of developing a treatment that stops the aging process.

I look forward to hearing from you.

(Also, I don't think I can encourage you to do so, but I do get a small fee each time someone clicks on my ads...just so you know...)


Meaning of Life said...

Though we are living in a modern society but still our culture, religion and philosophy of life is important. That means whatever may be the problem the holy book Bible is there to help us out. I personally felt this many time. Thank you very much

Source of Information said...

I don't think the Bible was written by God but by men, and over 2,000 to 4,000 years ago, at that. So, while it has some nice things to say, it is not relevant to the aging process.