The Best Book on How To Live Forever
What's in the book?
The Best Book on any given topic
A practical guide to extending your life! Includes:
- History and science of aging
- Immortal animals (like jellyfish and lobsters)
- Superfoods, bad foods, alcohol
- Diets that can extend your life
- Key figures in science's quest for immortality
- Summaries of the most popular books and articles
- Fun quotes
- 75 (and growing) pages with the latest and greatest advice on how you can live forever
Why did I write this book?
I want to live forever. There are too many places to visit, too many people to meet, too many ways to impact the world. And not enough time to do it.
I didn't seriously worry about age until I hit maybe 25. Now some of you may be thinking - that's a young age to worry about death. But for those who are like me - in their 20s and 30s and full of plans and hopes and uncertainties about the future - you want as much time as you can get.
As I've gotten older, the effects of aging have become clearer. I can remember that moment when I looked in the mirror and saw wrinkles. These subtle - but noticeable - lines formed the creases of my smile.
A weekend of drinking was no longer confined to a weekend of drinking. My body punished me on Monday and sometimes Wednesday. After a particularly hard Vegas trip, it took me a few days before I thought, ok, now I've recovered. And then I got sick and spent the next 6 days with a mild fever, cough, and body aches.
And so I've become obsessed with my health and my quality of life. I want to live forever, and I want to have the highest-quality life while I'm alive. Living to 200 years is pointless if I'm comatose and lying in a city hospital ward. I want to get out there and do things.
Immortality no longer interests the weary old man at all. - Milan Kundera
Who is this book for?
Honestly, this book is meant for one person: me :)
It's a collection of everything that I find interesting about immortality.
I want to answer the question: How Do You Live Forever? And I will be guinea-pigging as many of these answers as is reasonable. I hope to document and share those experiences with you.
I like to push my limits - physical, mental, spiritual. Some experiments may be unproven (like new dietary methods, health diagnostics). I like to think holistically about the quest for immortality. Extending life by a significant amount (say, 50 years) won't be as simple as running 30 minutes/day and eating 80% of normal-Kevin's daily calories; rather, I expect that a portfolio of methods (some obvious, some non-obvious, some scientifically proven, others nearing quack-science) will be necessary.
Why should you buy this book?
You're joining me on a journey. It will be a lifelong journey, so don't think of this as just a "book".
It's a quest to find the right answers to one of life's greatest questions.
We're not alone: from Gilgamesh to Ponce de Leon, from Sumner Redstone to Ray Kurzweil, many people much smarter and more successful than I have pursued this journey.
Not only will I frequently update this book (~once every few months), I'll be adding video, audio, and other content. I hope to bring YOU in as an author, as well, by eventually open-sourcing the book's content and allowing the world to make it better.
My ultimate goal is to build a community of people who want to extend their lifespan and are willing to commit time, energy, and bodies to do it.
Thanks for your time, and talk to you soon!
Kevin Gao (@kgao)
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