Journalist David Ewing Duncan
The Science of Radical Life Extension -- Lecture by Journalist David Ewing Duncan
Today, the average life expectancy of Americans is approximately 78 years. But some experts in the field believe that the first person who will live to 1,000 has already been born. In his new book, When I'm 164: The New Science of Radical Life Extension, and What Happens If It Succeeds
, journalist and author David Ewing Duncan explores the science behind these ideas and the new technologies that may help alter the constraints on human lifespan. In addition to his writing for the likes of Wired
, The Atlantic
, The New York Times
and National Geographic
, Duncan's an in-demand speaker who has given TED talks and contributed to the Today
show and NPR's All Things Considered
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