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Fantastic Voyage: Live Long Enough To Live Forever par [Ray Kurzweil, Terry Grossman]
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"This visionary book provides a state-of-the-art synthesis of the latest evidence on aging."—Dean Ornish, M.D., bestselling author of The Spectrum and developer of the Opening Your Heart program
 
"Boldly challenges conventional wisdom about aging and illness and offers groundbreaking solutions to remain young and healthy indefinitely.”—John Gray, Ph.D., bestselling author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus
 
"Anyone can find it easy to implement action that will enhance their health.” —George King, M.D., professor of medicine, Harvard Medical School
 
"A concise yet comprehensive journey that accurately recounts the past and present state of our collective knowledge."—Dean Kamen, physicist and inventor of the IBOT Mobility System and Segway Human Transporter, and recipient of the National Medal of Technology

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Tap today's technological breakthroughs to live longer and better.

Startling discoveries in the areas of genomics, biotechnology, and nanotechnology occur practically every day. The rewards of this research, some of it as spectacular as science fiction, are practically in our grasp. Fantastic Voyage shows us how we can use these new technologies to live longer than previously imaginable.

The authors take the reader on a journey to undreamed-of vitality with a comprehensive investigation into the cutting-edge science regarding diet, supplementation, genetics, detoxification, and the hormones involved with aging and youth. By following their program, which includes such simple recommendations as eating a balanced, low- glycemic-index diet, and taking powerful anti-aging nutritional supplements, anyone will be able to add years of healthy, active life.


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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 466 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1579549543
  • Editeur : Rodale (7 octobre 2004)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00CXK14D2
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Watershed book for radical life extension 7 avril 2007
Par Hiram Chance - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A review of Fantastic Voyage appeared in my Oakland (Oakland County, Michigan) Press early in 2005. As a longtime enthusiastic advocate--though not necessarily the most ardent practitioner--of life extension technology, I was ecstatic!

Here was a book about radical life-extension appearing in a ho-hum review geared to (what some say is) the cultural-literary wasteland of Detroit suburbia. The vitalist movement had just achieved a major breakthrough into common humanity... at least the branch of common humanity who reads.

Note: Terminology is still a bit tenuous in this transhumanist era we're coming upon. But a vitalist is sort of a practical immortalist, someone who wants to extend life (with youthfulness and vigor) indefinitely, and generally thinks it can be accomplished in our natural lifetimes.

I'll use the term vitalist to identify the movement Kurzweil, Grossman, and many others are pushing. The significance of their book is enormous: Just as Durk Pearson and Sandy Shaw (with Life Extension: A practical, scientific approach (1982)) were to health supplements, Kurzweil and Grossman are to the universal prospect of living well for a long time.

The authors break down our pursuit of effective vigorous immortality into three phases:

* Bridge 1: Ray and Terry's Longevity Program: present-day

nutrition, exercise, and wellness strategies that can get you

to the next bridge.

* Bridge 2: The biotechnology bridge, where we learn how to

turn off the bad genes and turn on the good ones, and

figure out the biochemical clues for keeping body and mind

the best.

* Bridge 3: What they refer to as the nanotechnology-AI

(Artificial Intelligence) revolution, where we can rebuild our

bodies and brains at the molecular level.

The prediction: generally effective Bridge 2 vitalist technologies begin 2010, with the beginnings of Bridge 3 technologies in 2020... with full flowering of those technologies a decade following those inception points.

...

For my complete review of this book and for other book and movie

reviews, please visit my site [...]

Brian Wright

Copyright 2007
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Kurzweil does it again 2 janvier 2011
Par Retired Guy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Anything written by Ray Kurzweil immediately draws my attention. I think anyone who is familiar with his past work understands that what he writes usually contains a good dose of informed speculation and leaps of faith...but these are based on his (usually informed) views of the near future. I found Bridge One, the first third of the book to be rewarding and informative as it is based on the current state of preventative medicine as the author sees it. This is some highly practical suggestions about ways in which we could hopefully live to a ripe old age. The remaining two Bridges of the book seek to bring us to the point at which science will allow us to live virtually forever. These sections are fun, but so speculative that they are just fun reads based on Ray's views of the future of medicine. Don't expect to gain much more than some interesting advice on preventative steps mone can take to enhance the quality of their later years. For those who are already Kurzweil's fans and understand where he is coming from.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Bible of Nutrition 19 février 2007
Par Charles Guerin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is actually the 2nd copy of this book I've owned. The first left me to live with a friend.

I look at this book as a fantastic time saver. Instead of reading hundreds of scientific reviews to find out the latest scientific information is available in nutrition, I leave that up to Ray, and 99% of the time he's right on the mark.

I'm a bit suspicious about his "healthy alkaline water" thing, as I don't see the scientific research backing him up on this point. I know Tony Robbins is very enthusiastic about that...but Tony's research is suspect too... so I'd leave that to other readers to decide what they think about that.

The rest is brilliant, "must know" knowledge for anyone who wants to live a long life.

People who like this book, will likely also be interested in "NO More Heart Disease: How Nitric Oxide Can Prevent--Even Reverse-- Heart Disease and Stroke" - Louis Ignarro. One warning - if you play with L-Arginine, read the research and don't use it unless you know what you're doing and read enough to know where it can actually help you and where it's being sold as a panacea.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 What does our future hold? 23 juillet 2016
Par Carol A. Akers - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I love to read Ray Kurzweil's books. He is definitely a man of the future and is very interesting to learn from. He is also a very interesting speaker. Book as described with quick delivery.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 a nutritional book from the Yellow part of the spiral 7 mai 2006
Par some dude - Publié sur Amazon.com
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From my perspective, this book is dense with fascinating, easily applied information about an important topic. It also contains a large amount of information that is merely fascinating. I cannot tell whether the authors are correct in any or all of their claims, but I believe that I can tell whether they are trying to BS me. The attitude that comes through their writing is exactly the one I want from people who write self-help books: it is positive, interested, open, and smart. This book provides all the details I can easily digest, and no more--but then it shows me where I can find more if I like, in a lengthy set of notes and bibliographical citations. People who are merely trying to promote a simplistic worldview for salvation, or sell a false solution for money, or give away a false solution for karma, do not write like this. People who write like this know things that can help me. I hope they keep on writing. With enough authors like this, surely the truth can emerge.

(The title of my review refers to a concept from the Spiral Dynamics model of human development.)
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