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


The Three Stages of the Superlongevity Revolution
What Man Hath Wrought
The Second Wind

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

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