Do You Want to Get THERE?
Dr. Jennifer Daniels (“Staying Out of the Medical Matrix,” One Radio Network, Nov. 30, 2015) said …
“I can’t speak for Townsend [Letter: The Examiner of Alternative Medicine], but one problem with a lot of so-called alternative information sources is they take the same goals of modern medicine, and say, ‘Oh, we’re going to help you get there naturally. Well, do you want to get there?”
Right on, Dr. Daniels!
You don’t want to go where these jokers want to take you. You don’t want to get THERE.
One of the very worse offenders is the Life Extension Foundation (LEF) and …
1) its glossy magazine full of bad advice and questionable supplements
2) its Church of Perpetual Life (1855 McKinley St, Hollywood, FL 33021)
In 1980, Saul Kent and William Faloon started the Life Extension Foundation (publisher of Life Extension Magazine), a membership organization that …
1) on the left hand, informs people about the latest advances in life extension and sells dietary supplements
2) on the other left hand, funds life extension research by offering grants to scientists in universities and by supporting startup biotechnology companies.
Not only are Saul Kent and William Faloon making big bucks; so are their tech-industry billionaires are close associates.
The Life Extension Foundation funds new Frankenscience, both on a micro level (nano-robots that can swim in your blood and repair cells) and a macro one (building space colonies and investing in asteroid mining).
One of Life Extension Magazine’s Scientific Advisory Board is Aubrey De Grey, author of articles such as, “Biotechnology will solve the challenges of an aging population.”
Another member of its Scientific Advisory Board is Steven B. Harris, of the Lifeboat Foundation, a member of its Biotech/Medical Board, Life Extension Board, and Space Settlement Board.
Deirdra Funcheon (“Bill Faloon and Saul Kent, Major Figures in Cryonics Movement, Start a Church in Hollywood,” Broward Palm Beach New Times, May 12, 2015) wrote …
“Bill Faloon gives a shoutout to Jonas Salk, inventor of the polio vaccine. ‘We need to put a pedestal up for him,’ Faloon argues.”
One of the most cockamamie and life-shortening ideas you’ll read about in the pages of Life Extension is CALORIC RESTRICTION to “decelerate the biological aging process.”
It’s what snuffed life extension “expert” Roy Walford (1924-2004).
Well, maybe Dr. Walford’s “legendary” consumption of marijuana was a secondary factor.