Sunday, January 4, 2015

One conference Mr. Putin should attend in 2015

Here is a conference on the future of longevity worthy of a president, who is striving for peace

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

One book Mr. Putin should consider reading this year

The end of retirment by extending healthy life or by an unprecedented economic collapse
If you care about your current way of life, the prosperity of your children and grandchildren, this book is for you. It will change the way you see aging and the economy. Aging is no longer an inevitable process, we are standing on the brink of a scientific revolution that will extend our life and make it much more fun.

Accelerating aging research to extend healthy productive lifespan seems to be in everyone's best interest. There are few people on this planet, who would chose to age and gradually succumb to diseases of aging if they were given a choice to live longer and healthier lives.

However, up until recently, the many failed promises of science made many of us resistant to accepting the possibility of the interventions that may take us way beyond the lifespans of our parents and grandparents.
Well, now it is time to open up to these possibilities and get actively involved, because the urgency to accelerate aging research now stems from the economic fundamentals of the aging population in the developed countries.

This is also a critical moment in human history.  In the short term the economies of the developed countries can either prosper or collapse.

Aging populations in the developed countries are now the single biggest threat to the global economy. People that are retiring today and that are due to retire in the next decade are going to live extraordinarily long lives due to the advances in biomedicine and propagation of these advanced into the clinical setting.
 "The Ageless Generation: How Advances in Biomedicine Will Transform the Global Economy",  a book by Alex Zhavoronkov, PhD in very simple layman language drills down into the history of retirement and social security and the present state of the social security, healthcare and the unfunded liabilities of the developed countries. It also takes the reader on a tour of the laboratories in the US, Europe and China, where scientists toil on solving the complex puzzles of regenerative medicine, longevity genes and technologies that will extend our lifespans. Then it looks at the future of retirement and presents the real possibility of the near-term Economic Collapse. There are some solutions and policy proposals, but chances are very small that we will be able to avoid the crisis before we can significantly extend healthy lifespans.

The book will be published by Palgrave Macmillan in June 2013 and is available for pre-order at Amazon and most bookstores worldwide.

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The main idea of this book is that in record time the US must start a coordinated program to increase healthy productive lives of the two generations that are nearing retirement or the whole world will face several decades of economic decline and possible collapse. The need to fight aging is no longer an altruistic initiative, but a real economic necessity.

Recent advances in biomedicine will extend the lifespans of the two generations due to retire within the next twenty years; however, unless there are programs in place to keep them healthy and working, the burden of the aging population will drive the global economy into the state of depression or even worse. Developed countries should re-focus the research programs from just extending lifespans to extending health spans and the retirement age to remain solvent and this initiative must be led by the beating heart and the brain of the world's economy - the United States of America.

Every reader of this post must consider the possibility of radical extension of healthy life through biomedicine. One thing you should do right now is to stretch the expected horizons to 150 years.  Yes, it is possible! Even if we let some of the major advances that already happened to converge and reach the clinic, 150 years of life is the very minimum of what a 40-year old today should expect.

One way to prepare for it is to pack up and prepare yourself and your family to live through the economic collapse. Another way is to actively engage in supporting aging research by engaging in government lobbying, supporting research directly or even engaging in research personally.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Vote for Putin if you can!

I wish I could vote. But for citizenship reasons I can't.

Vote for Putin! Vote for stability!

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Good discussion on Putin coming back as president in 2012

Here is a good video on Reuters discussing the chances of Putin deciding to run.

Let's keep our fingers crossed that he will announce his decision to run soon!

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Why we are making these blogs

In the very near future many breakthroughs in biomedical research and regenerative medicine will facilitate for much longer and healthier life spans. 65 is already the new 45.
But stereotypes remain and the older people are regarded as weak, frail and unable to work. Vladimir Putin defies all these stereotypes. At his young age, he is in unbelievable mental and physical form and is constantly improving.

Putin may also cure Russia of the "Dutch disease". He is heavily investing into biomedical sciences (even though many corrupt academicians are making fortunes instead of making progress) and is promoting sports, healthy lifestyle and education.

We hope that when Mr. Putin gets re-elected, he will refurbish the whole biomedical research field, restricts the decision making power of old academics and invites foreign thought leaders to head labs. This is the only solution and he already showed that this is possible by inviting several "stars" with international background to head labs at the Center for Child Hematology, Oncology and Immunology.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Black belt in Judo

Only 59 years of age, Vladimir Putin is in superb physical form. He holds 6th dan in Judo.
Physically-intensive sports are vital to maintaining longevity and for that he should be made role model for the rest of the working population.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Putin is the best celebrity model to combat ageism in our society!

This blog is dedicated to promoting his life as a model for all people in the world who are not planning to age physically and mentally. 

Putin is the best celebrity role model to be popularized to help combat ageism in our society. 

Lear from Putin and grow stronger? I wish he could run for president again in 2012!