Aubrey De Grey Quotes

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Your future self is watching you right now through your memories.
Aubrey de Grey
Don’t cling to a mistake just because you spent a lot of time making it.
Aubrey de Grey
I think it's reasonable to suppose that one could oscillate between being biologically 20 and biologically 25 indefinitely.
Aubrey de Grey
I have been aware for many years that most people do not think about aging in the same way that they think about cancer, or diabetes, or heart disease. They are strongly in favor of the absolute elimination of such diseases as soon as possible, but the idea of eliminating aging—maintaining truly youthful physical and mental function indefinitely—evokes an avalanche of fears and reservations. Yet, in the sense that matters most, aging is just like smoking: It’s really bad for you.
Aubrey de Grey (Ending Aging: The Rejuvenation Breakthroughs That Could Reverse Human Aging in Our Lifetime)
The fact that all the diseases of old age have a progression that is exponentially related to age. In other words your chance of having Alzheimer’s, for example, at age seventy-five is twice that at age seventy. And your chance of having it age eighty is twice what it was at age seventy-five.
Douglas Lain (Advancing Conversations: Aubrey De Grey - Advocate For An Indefinite Human Lifespan)
That is actually a real kicker when it comes longevity, because it means even if we completely eliminated atherosclerosis from the population it would still only extend people’s healthy lifespan and therefore people’s total lifespan by three or four years.
Douglas Lain (Advancing Conversations: Aubrey De Grey - Advocate For An Indefinite Human Lifespan)
You can live long enough to live forever.” —Ray Kurzweil, Inventor and Futurist “The first person to live to 150 has already been born.” —Dr. Aubrey de Grey, Biogerontologist “Until death, it is all life.” —Miguel de Cervantes, Author, Don Quixote
Sergey Young (The Science and Technology of Growing Young: An Insider's Guide to the Breakthroughs that Will Dramatically Extend Our Lifespan . . . and What You Can Do Right Now)
You do can something, right? We are at the time where we do not have to pretend that there’s nothing that can be done. There are things that can be done, and as Silicon Valley tech billionaire Peter Thiel said, they’re underfunded. No one cares about them. Poor Aubrey de Grey has been giving talks on TED and at Google, and no one believes. The listeners are just thinking, “Eh, crazy guy. Death is cool.
Richard Heart (sciVive)
The first, originally published in 2002 and boldly entitled “Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence” (SENS for short), was devised by maverick biogerontologist Aubrey de Grey. In its current form, SENS identifies seven differences between old bodies and young which de Grey suggests are the fundamental causes of aging.
Andrew Steele (Ageless: The New Science of Getting Older Without Getting Old)