Death is Wrong: a Child's Primer on Life Extension
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Crafting short illustrated books to explain the straightforward views of the life extension community seems like a good idea, and not just for an audience of younger children. The people who will most likely be leading the deployment of the first practical technologies of rejuvenation - in laboratories, in young companies - are in their teens and twenties today, with time enough to choose other paths instead:

If you have ever asked, "Why do people have to die?" then this book is for you. The answer is that no, death is not necessary, inevitable, or good. In fact, death is wrong. Death is the enemy of us all, to be fought with medicine, science, and technology. This book introduces you to the greatest, most challenging, most revolutionary movement to radically extend human lifespans so that you might not have to die at all.

You will learn about some amazingly long-lived plants and animals, recent scientific discoveries that point the way toward lengthening lifespans in humans, and simple, powerful arguments that can overcome the common excuses for death. If you have ever thought that death is unjust and should be defeated, you are not alone. Read this book, and become part of the most important quest in human history. It is here to show you that, no matter who you are and what you can do, there is always a way for you to help in humanity's struggle against death.

Link: http://www.rationalargumentator.com/index/blog/2013/12/death-is-wrong-announcement/

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