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Alternatives to Involuntary Death by Timothy Leary

By Timothy Leary

Publish 12 months note: First released November 1st 2008

Death is more and more at the schedule for child boomers relocating ever in the direction of it. Timothy Leary brings a few startlingly clean rules to this subject. essentially, he claims, now we have been brainwashed through our associations — govt, prepared faith, the healthcare — to just accept loss of life as an inevitable finish. Leary argues in its place that loss of life is misunderstood, that we don't have to die, and that there are "commonsense alternatives."

His conception rests at the transhumanist procedure that claims people are evolving into religious machines — beings which are half human and half laptop and at last won't die because the time period is often understood. Being geared up with desktop components like bionic knees is a part of this approach. And as we evolve during the cybernetic age, he says, we are going to achieve new knowledge that broadens our definition of non-public immortality and gene-pool survival — the "postbiologic choice of the knowledge species."

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At forty Cornaro was destroying his health from debauchery. His physicians implored him to adopt a lifestyle of temperance in eating and drinking, or he would be dead within a few months Cornaro became a fanatic about his regimen, subsisting on a daily diet of no more than twelve ounces of solid food and fourteen ounces of wine. He claimed he was never ill again, except once when he gave up the diet. He was notably productive in architecture and civic affairs throughout his long lifetime, constructing four villas, and writing books and articles on many subjects.

Tendons and ligaments, which are not easily trained, become better toned. The function of intrapelvic muscles and small muscle groups, such as facial muscles, which cannot be strengthened through conventional weight training exercises, are improved. Exercise involving vibration in the vertical direction also causes greater caloric consumption than regular aerobic exercise does. Whole Body Vibration exercise, in conjunction with conventional muscle exercise, can increase maximum muscle strength by over 30%.

All human beings, all persons who reach adulthood in the world today are programmed biocomputers. None of us can escape our own nature as programmable entities. Literally, each of us may be our programs, nothing more, nothing less. —John C. D. Programming the Human BioComputer 48 Timothy Leary What John Lilly calls metaprogramming agents in his groundbreaking book, Programming and Metaprogramming in The Human Biocomputer—these electro-chemical imprints—can be re-programmed, or re-imprinted. Lilly described this ability to re-program our programs, meta-programs, then goes into considerable scientific and rigorous detail describing all the ways we can metaprogram our own brains, changing our programming as we see fit.

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