The Future And You
Ideas and opinion about the future based on verifiable facts of today.
The Future And You--Feb. 4, 2015

Topics: Life-extension related research from Stanford University; Microsoft's new HoloLens eyeglass computer which is an improvement on Google Glass in that it's a full headup display instead of just a little image in the corner of your field of vision; and the differences between normal cells and cancer cells. I also talk about the movie Guardians of the Galaxy, and the TV shows Agents of Shield and How the States got their shape.

Life-extension oriented past episodes of The Future And You which are mentioned in this episode include the July 18, 2012 episode which contains a full explanation of the final results of my "TA-65 Evaluation Project," in which my mother and I took TA-65 for six months.

For those who want to know more about TA-65, I've interviewed the president of the company that developed and sells it, Noel Patton.  He is in three episodes. The first was when I was introduced to him at the Singularity Summit in NYC. That's in the Nov. 4, 2009 episode. A couple of years later I interviewed him by Skype. That interview was much longer and provided a more thorough treatment of the process. I split it into two episodes: April 20 and 27 of 2011.

Hosted by Stephen Euin Cobb, this is the February 4, 2015 episode of The Future And You. [Running time: 39 minutes] This monologue was recorded on February 1, 2015 using the free Voice Recorder app on a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone.

Stephen Euin Cobb has interviewed over 350 people for his work as an author, futurist, magazine writer and award-winning podcaster. A contributing editor for Space and Time Magazine; he has also been a regular contributor for Robot, H+, Grim Couture and Port Iris magazines; and he spent three years as a columnist and contributing editor for Jim Baen's Universe Magazine. For the last nine years he has produced a weekly podcast, The Future And You, which explores (through interviews, panel discussions and commentary) all the ways the future will be different from today. He is an artist, essayist, game designer, transhumanist, and is on the Advisory Board of The Lifeboat Foundation. Stephen is the author an ebook about the future entitledIndistinguishable from Magic: Predictions of Revolutionary Future Science.

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