Ageless Nation: The Quest for Superlongevity and Physical Perfection

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New Horizon Press, 2007 - Social Science - 316 pages
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Some people understand the potential for technological advances to foster real social and personal change. Among them is Michael Zey, whose groundbreaking predictions about superlongevity — humans living up to 150 years — are detailed in Ageless Nation. Designer children, nanotechnology, and other advances, point the way toward a future where the aged live healthy and happy lives usually enjoyed by those decades younger. Zey focuses on the social effects of superlongevity — with regard to careers, business, marriage, and children — and how these shifts in daily life will ultimately be for the better.

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Zey says lifespans will soon be in the 125-year range, and by 2100 "we can expect to live to ages of 300-400 years and possibly indefinitely" (p xii). So he must be a nut and/or a snake-oil-hawking ... Read full review

Ageless nation: the quest for superlongevity and physical perfection

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In this intriguing volume, futurist and author Zey (The Future Factor) imagines a time in which technology has stretched human life spans to 400 years or more. Genetic engineering, cloning technology ... Read full review

Contents

The Three Stages of the Superlongevity Revolution
1
What Man Hath Wrought
20
The Second Wind
48
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Michael G. Zey is a professor at Montclair State University as well as President of Zey Consulting Group.

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