Tag Archives: LonFut

A Golden Age of Rejuvenation Publishing?

Dear Futurists, We’re living in a time when more and more books are being published about human rejuvenation. These books address the scientific possibilities of reversing aging, and progress made in turning these scientific ideas into therapies that are practical … Continue reading

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Deepening the foresight conversation

Dear Futurists, Regular readers of this newsletter will know that I’m keen to find ways to extend and deepen the ground-breaking discussions that often take place in London Futurists webinars. These webinars draw to a close after 90 minutes, often … Continue reading

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Anticipating a sea-change in public attitude

Dear Futurists, What changes the world? Sometimes an individual person can change the world. Consider Napoleon, Margaret Thatcher, Isaac Newton, Marie Curie, Martin Luther King, Catherine the Great, and Mikhail Gorbachev. Sometimes an invention changes the world. Consider the printing … Continue reading

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Vital Foresight: open preview

Dear Futurists, Over the last two weeks, I’ve had the pleasure to receive a number of very helpful pieces of feedback on the draft content of my forthcoming new book, Vital Foresight: The Case for Active Transhumanism. That feedback has … Continue reading

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Futurism on a Sunday morning

Dear Futurists, Yes, I know it’s actually a Saturday morning as I write and distribute this newsletter, whereas the headline refers to Sunday morning. The headline refers to a new experiment for London Futurists, taking place tomorrow, which is to … Continue reading

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The future starts today

Dear Futurists, Please find below news on events and projects that may interest you. 1.) The future starts today – Sat 24th April We all have a choice. We can let the future happen to us. After all, life keeps … Continue reading

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Anticipating combinations

Dear Futurists, The future isn’t the outcome of a single trend, working in isolation. The biggest changes often occur when multiple trends combine, altering each other in the process. Consider how the spread of the COVID pandemic has led to … Continue reading

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Managing the magical money tree?

Dear Futurists, “The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money.” Any advocate of greater public funding for the welfare state has to be ready with an answer to the above remark, which is based … Continue reading

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A dangerous thing

Dear Futurists, A little learning is a dangerous thing. That warning dates from 1711, in an extended poem by the essayist Alexander Pope. Some three centuries later, danger abounds in the advice from numerous people who, alas, have latched onto … Continue reading

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Disease, aging, and health – English and French

Dear Futurists, This first newsletter of 2021 has news about some forthcoming events and projects organised in London, Paris, and Brussels. 1.) The future of the science of aging – 23rd Jan Tomorrow, Saturday 23rd January, sees the first London … Continue reading

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