These things raised people’s eyebrows all over the world, but Jeff Bezos is not the only billionaire who wants to be immortal.
Being immortal has become the new quest for the technology overlords.
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The founder and director of The Institute of Integrative Psychiatry (TiiPS), Rami Kaminski, stated that being immortal was a “little bit juvenile”.
She added: “You may go to Mars, but you cannot go out into the solar system. [These wealthy men] are limited. What they’re trying to do is get away from the mortal coil. Every day when you look in the mirror you are reminded you are made of carbon. It is degrading and has to be recycled.”
The Billionaires Who Are Looking For The Fountain Of Youth
Peter Thiel, who is the co-founder of PayPal told Business Insider in 2012: “There are all these people who say that death is natural, it’s just part of life, and I think that nothing can be further from the truth,” noting that “death is a problem that can be solved.”
Larry Page. one of the co-founders of Google, is also on the same path. Google gave birth to Calico in 2013, which is a biology company that is aimed at “solving death”.
The company’s website states, “Seek(s) to answer the most challenging biological questions of our time — how humans age and can we develop interventions to allow people. To live longer, healthier lives.”
“I call this process ‘rebuilding Frankenstein’ … [The desire] comes from a radical misunderstanding of the human condition, [where] materialism and behaviorism are mashed up with AI. That coupled with ego and fear and lots of money leads to the search,” said Keith Campbell, in an interview with The Post. Keith is a psychology and social personality professor at the University of Georgia.
Another wealthy Silicon Valley entrepreneur, Serge Faguet, has spent around $250,000 on “biohacking”. He is a great fan of microdosing with MDMA and has told The Guardian that these things have helped him become “calmer, thinner, extroverted, healthier and happier. Oh, and it’s increased his sex drive, helping him “(pick) up girls”. Serge Faguet was the founder of TokBox and a Russian booking website “Ostrovok”.
Elon Musk should not be forgotten as he wants his thoughts and brain to be immortal with the help of his new company, Neuralink.
Jeff Bezos has also invested some of his wealth in a firm that will develop complex cellular reprogramming tech to reverse the process of aging. According to an MIT Technology Review, the goal of the study is to decipher the genetic blueprint for remaining young.
Looking to be immortal is not something. You have men like Peter Nygard, who built a bioscience laboratory in the Bahamas, to gather stem cells from the aborted fetuses of women he would impregnate. This was all a ploy to elongate his life. He is currently in a Canadian jail and is facing trial for sex trafficking and racketeering.
Why Are So Many People Eager To Be Immortal?
Kaminski told The Post, “Death is the great equalizer … the only thing that can bring [these men] down is death and you can not do anything about it. Unless you can.”
He added: “They are literally scared to die and immortality is the ultimate defense.
“They want to defeat the only thing they cannot. They have the means and the power. When you have a limitless amount of money you start pushing the boundaries. For the super billionaires, it’s not surprising they are choosing the ultimate limit.”
These billionaires have performed great feats in their work lives and are now being treated like gods on social media, this is inflated their egos and they are now thinking that they can tame the one thing man has never been able to control: death.
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“People with big egos think they matter more than their organizations,” Campbell said. “They think that, if they were gone, the world would fall apart because they are smarter than others and they were put here for a reason. Because they’ve been so successful in putting their will on the reality they think, ‘Why can’t I beat [death]? I can beat anything.’”
This massive feeling of being immortal and being able to control everything in their realm leads to a real God Complex.
“When an individual is exposed to excess wealth and power over an extended period of time it can alter their entire worldview; (they believe) they are special and better than others because of their ability to amass and hoard money,” Dr. Bethany Cook, a licensed psychotherapist told the Post. “If one has vast amounts of money and power, along with a God complex, it’s easy to see why they may invest in discovering the secret to eternal life; they wish to retain their power and wealth for as long as possible.”
“Our old elites had some life experiences, like going to war or even doing sales, and were not psychological children like this new crowd,” said Campbell. “These aren’t spiritually grounded individuals. They may have a high IQ, but they are linear and very detached from reality.”
Campbell finds that this quest for being immortal is quite interesting but extremely worrisome.
“I’m utterly terrified of people who think they know better than everyone else and who have power and aren’t afraid to use it,” he said. “That’s what a tyrant is. People who think they can control the world, who have power without humility make me nervous.”
Scientists have predicted that humans can indeed live up to 130 years and in time can be immortal. More than 23 species were lost back in 2021 including the ivory-billed woodpecker all due to human activity. Imagine the consequences if we became immortal?
Kaminski warns, “Maybe there will be a breakthrough [for longevity] but then what do we do with humanity? If they had a pill to stop everyone from dying, people would be crawling all over the planet — there wouldn’t be a place to sit. The problem is the defiance of nature.
“That, thus far, has never really worked out for humans.”
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