Editorial Reviews. Review. The idea behind Kurzweil and Grossman’s Fantastic Voyage is that if you can make it through the next 50 years, you. From the author of How to Create a Mind comes startling discoveries in the areas of genomics, biotechnology, and nanotechnology occur. Fantastic Voyage has ratings and 55 reviews. Kathrynn said: This book was published in and I would love to see it updated! Two authors collabora.
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Fantastic Voyage shows us how we can use these new technologies to live longer than previously imaginable. Grossman’s coverage of health is also inspiring and educational.
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Little side note that Ray Kurzwell designed the message typewriter wheels the govn’t used Reduce breads, pastas, pastries, or anything that basically has sugar or honey in it to a very minimal part of your diet. Kurzweil has compelling track record on technology predictions. In Bridge Two they mention drugs still being tested and in the number phase as a name. Sep 24, Ariadna73 rated it did not like it Shelves: Food pollution and how due to over farming and pesticides our farm products no longer kurzwei the medicinal value they had in the past.
Dec 13, David Rosage rated it it was amazing.
fzntastic They wrote most of the book from fantqstic Bridge 1 point of view. A follow-up on Fantastic VoyageTranscend: Review “This visionary book provides a state-of-the-art synthesis of the latest evidence on aging. I liked this book. Yes, the subtitle is a little provocative. While I may die at some point in time, I also believe that mankind will overcome death. One of the studies cited was a Mayo Clinic study which This book cites a lot of recent medical studies, and it’s heavy on specific numbers and sciency talk.
But it was still a good read and was motivating enough for me to switch to Stevia in my oats instead of table sugar. Death will become a thing of the fantqstic. Stay in Touch Sign up. I was very pleased with their prompt shipping and handling policies and look forward to reading the book. They also promote aggressive supplementation  to make up for nutrient deficiencies they believe are common in Western society.
And once we’ve isolated these genes, the vooyage to repress or enhance them through biotechnology is just around the corner.
The book is peppered with side notes on these futuristic topics, showing how current research is leading us toward life extensionand explaining how future technologies such as nanotechnology and bioengineering might change the way humans live their lives.
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Apr 09, Richard Houchin rated it it was amazing Shelves: We shall not think of that and instead just think about how glorious life will be when death is no longer. Outline of life extension. It’s also nice that the book lists the names of the blood tests that will let you know what your level of these nutrients are.
By this time cars will be driving themselves, eliminating traffic accidents. But whether or not you agree that we can ever stop the aging process or whether we should even want tothis is one of the very best books on healthy living.
You won’t want to eat sugar again. Remember, the heart is a muscle also. This book was just what I hoped it would be. The idea is that fanrastic the near future the technology of medicine may allow us to replace parts, keep ourselves younger, and continue to live and live. Read it Forward Read it first.
Fantastic Voyage: Live Long Enough to Live Forever by Ray Kurzweil
A bit of a sophist wish I admit but I want a chance to become more than I hope that the information contained in this book will happen. The authors also go to great lengths to explain the biological mechanisms involved in the processes of aging and, thirdly, their outlook on what improvement the future might bring. The three components of Fantastic Voyage are: The Secret of Human Thought Revealed. However although the writers are scientists, nevertheless much of it must be to some extent conjecture, firstly because it was written in now is mid and secondly, therefore, although they say that by much of what they write must have arrived – I don’t see that it’s here quite yet!
Unfortunately, given how complicated the human body is, it appears impossible to me to find authoritative answers on a lot of things. I for one, take high doses of Vitamin C daily which helps raise the HDL level and has kept my cholesterol levels within the boundaries. This was an interesting read. Views Read Edit View history. A valuable tool if you need peace of mind. I also love the info on genomics. I want results now.
I hope I live to see that day.