Why the first person to live a thousand years may already be living amongst us?

Why the first person to live a thousand years may already be living amongst us?

The ageing of biometric organisms is a part of life recognized and widely known afterlife started on planet Earth. Certainly, problems like climate change pose major societal risks, but ageing will almost certainly continue to rise, even though we will try to avoid hurting our ecosystem.

That said, scientists are not the sort of people who only exist with cards and who use their knowledge of the universe in particular to overcome complicated and almost impossible problems, such as ageing.


The book, 100 Plus: How the Coming Age of Longevity Will Change Everything, From Careers and Relationships to Family and Faith by Sonia Arrison has been significantly written to cover the topic of ageing and morality and immorality, looking at the side effects and the advantages of a long life span. 

This year alone, important advancements in the area of anti-ageing science have already been made. A molecule able to counteract the symptoms of ageing was discovered by researchers in August. A new treatment of the stem cells provided “striking” results in October.


UN estimates are projected to more than double by 2050 among the population of people 60-plus – from 962 million worldwide by 2017 to 2.1 billion by 2050, respectively.

If or when mankind decides how it can withhold ageing, Dr, Aubrey de Grey foresees the creation of rejuvenation clinics that deal with seven ageing problems: atrophy of tissues, cancer cells, mitochondrial mutation, dead-resistant cells, extracellular aggregate stiffening and intracellular aggregates.

It is not shocking that these clinics – and probably other services – could be pricey at first before they can be more openly available and accessible. At that point, anti-ageing therapies might be as easy as arranging your doctor’s appointment, but who can tell if those treatments and processes are involved?

It is totally understandable that many people don’t want to get older, because it can be exhausting, uncomfortable and diminishing to lose control of their bodies. However we appear on the edge of overcoming the issue of anti-ageing, but only time can tell if it’s the best for mankind.

People want to be happy, better and have more life. That’s one of the book, 100 Plus: How the Coming Age of Longevity Will Change Everything, From Careers and Relationships to Family and Faith, key points, and the case of Arrison is solidly enough to persuade nearly everyone, as open as it is to your computer-loving self, to your techno-phobic Uncle Walt.


In what impresses me as the boldest and most rewarding aspect of the book 100 Plus, Arrison examines the effect that 150 years of life can have on finance, family, and faith. People will have to prepare to have the capital for decades longer, forcing them to be more responsible, more investment-oriented.

Mankind’s fascination has led us to the level where we can begin to address some of the basic questions about ourselves, why we are here and what processes have gotten us to this phase. I assume that we are on the verge where this realization will be transformed into the most extraordinary and beautiful improvements in the human experience.

Death was a familiar occurrence a few centuries back. Death was capricious, visiting both the young and the aged, the hale and the ill, the wealthy as well as the poor. It was an acknowledged and everyday phenomenon that had no impact on man. No wonder it was also seen beyond man’s reach.

The book 100 Plus is all about discovering all the possible prospects of longevity, and ageing, and the secret of living for more than 100 years. Haven’t read the book already?

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