The thought of getting rid of aging forever is something that every culture has thought about at some point. We all want to live as long as we can and with the level of wellness we desire. We are closer to that dream than ever before thanks to the current trends in technology. Jason Hope, entrepreneur behind some of the latest and most successful apps on the market, believes that investing anti aging research is going to be one of the most important moves made in our modern world. He’s decided to give rejuvenation research the voice it needs to take off in the mainstream and change how we view aging.Most people think of aging as simply being another part of life that we must accept. We are taught that it is a part of the cycle of life and we need to embrace it even.
At the SENS Institute they take this as a false and unnecessary assumption. Aging is simply another disease in their eyes and we need to find a way to cure it like any other. Through their research they look for ways to make our lives better and to eradicate much of what we take for granted.Jason Hope is embracing this research because he believes it’s going to give us the next big thing in tech. We have already seen what can be done with internet and with our mobile devices, but the possibilities of anti aging medicine are going to be profound. No longer will we need to plan our lives in the hectic manner that we do today.
We can plan our lives the way that we want them to be and leave lots of time for leisure. The potential for much longer lives will also give us abilities that we have previously disregarded.The future is going to be an exciting time with the way technology is taking us. We will see all sorts of things thought impossible come true. The impact of the anti aging research that Jason Hope is supporting is going to be something to behold. It may not come around instantly but we’re certain to see a change in the way we live our lives. We won’t approach much of anything the same way again. It’s certainly a daring thing but it’s easily one of the most fascinating endeavors humanity has ever taken up in all of history.
— Jason Hope (@JasonHope) March 21, 2016