Next steps in the abolition of aging
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Pointers will be provided for the types of knowledge identified towards the end of the book as needing clarity:
- The community’s best thoughts as to credible roadmaps for progress that can be made in the rejuveneering project in the years ahead
- The strengths and weaknesses of various theories of aging
- The treatments and therapies that are being developed or which are proposed
- The lifestyle changes which have the best chance, upon adoption, to keep individuals alive and healthy until such time as “Bridge 2” therapies become available
- The history of the overall field (to avoid needless repetition of previous mistakes)
- The broader political, social, psychological, and philosophical dimensions of rejuveneering
- The projects which are actively looking for assistance, and which the community judges to be worthy of support
- The memes of various sorts, at any given time, which are the most effective at winning new supporters and in responding to criticism
- The skills which are in short supply within the community, and the best ways in which various skills can be deployed in support of the rejuveneering goals
- The areas where genuine differences of opinion exist, and the proposed methods for how the community may be able to resolve these differences
- The risks which the community is tracking, and the proposed mitigations for these risks.
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