Editorial Reviews. Review. The idea behind Kurzweil and Grossman’s Fantastic Pinterest. Kindle App Ad. Look inside this book . Fantastic Voyage: Live Long Enough to Live Forever by [Kurzweil, Ray, Grossman. Fantastic Voyage has ratings and 55 reviews. Kathrynn said: This book was published in and I would love to see it updated! Two authors collabora. Fantastic Voyage. Live Long Enough to Live Forever. By Ray Kurzweil and Terry Grossman, M.D.. The Big Idea. Houses last only as long as they’re proactively.

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All these have some benefits, as research has suggested. I for one, take high doses of Vitamin C daily which helps raise the HDL level and has kept my cholesterol levels within the boundaries.

Both a predictive op-ed as well as a reference manual. I take IC indolecarbinolchrysin, nettle, ginger, and herbs to reduce conversion of testosterone into estrogen. The rewards of this research, some of it as spectacular as science fiction, are practically in our grasp.

December Learn how and when to remove this template message. I take weekly intravenous vitamins and alpha vojage acid to boost antioxidants. In keeping with this health philosophy, I am very active in reprogramming voyge biochemistry. The importance of taking supplements! No doubt we have much to learn and apply to the biological side of our existence, but there is a spiritual dimension to us that materialists like Kurzweil reject. The First Bridge is the authors’ Longevity Program.

My library Help Advanced Book Search. Disease will have been eliminated. You think you know something about vitamins, what to eat, what that piece of bread is really doing to your body? Given the almost absurd premise, the authors put this book together in a great way.


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It has the same title as one of his books, The Singularity is Near. This topic is not the only focus of the book. Overall, I’m glad that I bought the book and look forward to more fine writing from Kurzweil et al. Kurzwril pages Title Page.

Moreover, it really surprised me what a big change in longevity and quality of life you can presently attain through those means.

Sep 24, Ariadna73 rated it did not like it Shelves: Trivia About Fantastic Voyage Lists with This Book. The authors take the reader on a journey to undreamed-of vitality with a comprehensive investigation into the cutting-edge science regarding diet, supplementation, genetics, detoxification, and the hormones involved with aging and youth.

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Archived at the Wayback Machine. To decrease blood viscosity, I take a daily baby aspirin and lumbrokinase, a natural anti-fibrinolytic agent.

I dropped it so take this with a grain of salt But now, having read this and Transcend side by side, I would clearly pick the latter volume. I just have to recommend it.

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No trivia or quizzes yet. At the time of its writing, Fantastic Voyage was groundbreaking. I also take Chinese herbs prescribed by Dr. Reduce breads, pastas, pastries, or anything that basically has sugar or honey in it to a very minimal part of your diet. I would definitely buy from this seller again. For the most part it was quite informative and although it’s not a new book most of his predictions are true.


A little is good for you; you will live longer; too much is bad – most of us know that. They first describe 3 bridges: The authors say if we do ALOT of certain things we could live long enough to experience the medical breakthroughs to live for hundreds of years A bit of a sophist wish I admit but I want a chance to become more than I hope that the information contained in this book will happen.

A recipient of the National Medal of Technology, among many other honors, he is the author of three previous books: They were written about ten years apart, so I would recommend that anyone who is interested in learning how they can lose weight, improve their immune systems, and alter their biochemical makeup to their advantage pick up this book without delay.

The idea is that in the near future the technology of medicine may allow us to replace parts, keep ourselves younger, and continue to live and live. As shocking as it sounds, they actually back up their premise with a fair amount of pursuasive emperical data, including a number fwntastic technoligical developments that already exist. It think I would have preferred a separation of the book in three parts – one for each aspect.