Posters for the MILE Demonstration on March 21st

The Movement for Indefinite Life Extension (MILE) is one of a number of grassroots initiatives in which ordinary folk like you or I are doing their part to help raise awareness and funding for rejuvenation research. Every great journey is made one small step at a time, and the tipping point at which the public at large begins to accept and supports longevity science in the same way as is the case for cancer research today will be crossed by one such modest effort among many. The community of people who understand and support efforts to bring an end to degenerative aging through medical science grows and diversifies as the years pass. The more of us there are the more that we can do to help advance research and educate the public. There is a role for everyone in this, and at all levels of effort, whether it is donating millions to establish a new research program or persuading a few of your friends that it's pretty silly to be for cancer research but against a cure for all age-related frailty and disease.

MILE is organizing an online demonstration on March 21st to coincide with live meetups in Chicago, Los Angeles, and Washington D.C. I was asked to provide a poster or two, and so bearing in mind that this is a demonstration I ran up something very simple that should be legible at distance. Less is more for this sort of thing, and it is easy enough to cut and paste other taglines and URLs. The font is Liberation Sans Bold, but any generic sans-serif font works just fine at this size.

Support Rejuvenation Research Poster: 4200 x 2800px

Fund More Research Poster: 4200 x 2800px


Great poster Reason.

The only thing I might add is depicting an 80 year old man being transferred (changed) into a 25 year old man in the positer, space permitting.

Posted by: Robert Church at March 2nd, 2015 9:11 PM

I've been wanting a poster like this to hang at bulletin boards at my work, this is great! I think it would also be a good idea to add this to the right hand column of this website as maybe "Downloadable Posters" so that it will be easy for others to find.

Posted by: Corbin at March 4th, 2015 7:13 PM

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