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Would You Vote for a President Who Promised Eternal Life?

Inside the Transhumanist primaries, where the far-left and the far-right can only agree on one thing: living forever

JJohannon Ben Zion joined the first debate wearing a gray tweed suit and an unfashionably wide tie. His shaggy brown hair and muttonchop sideburns curled out from underneath…




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Alex Pearlman

Alex Pearlman

Reporter. Bioethicist. Publishing on the intersection of ethics and policy with emerging science and tech. Sorry for the recipes if you’re here for news.

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