The Movement for Indefinite Life Extension (MILE) is organizing an online demonstration to support life extension technologies and awareness.
The Movement for Indefinite Life Extension (MILE) is organizing an online demonstration to support life extension technologies and awareness. The event is taking place from 2pm to 8pm UTC, Universal Coordinated Time, on March 21st 2015, in a live Google Hangout broadcast from locations around the world.
Eric Schulke, Founder of MILE, says, “Our lives are in our hands, and we must act with urgency. The Movement for Indefinite Life Extension is raising awareness about bio-sciences and technologies that are working toward eradicating the causes and diseases of aging. We are making this an expedited effort, and ask people to join us.”
The event has already garnered the support of many. Over 60 people have signed up, and several hundred have joined the audience to witness this awareness-generating event.
Gennady Stolyarov II, Delegate for MILE, adds, “Human beings get the rare chance to experience life, but the bodies we get to live in, eventually malfunction. Let’s fix our bodies. We can do that with the opportunities available to the world today as long as the people and organizations who are working toward indefinite life extension have worldwide support.”
From 2PM to 5PM UTC is a mixed line-up of people showing their support for indefinite life spans: Mixed Line-Up. It includes group demonstrations, singing, speeches, project endorsements, book plugs, interviews and other messages.
From 5PM to 8PM UTC is an all online line-up of people showing their support for indefinite life spans: All Online Line-Up. It includes individuals and small groups of people expressing why they support life extension, with some delivering short statements, and others holding up signs of encouragement.
There are also live groups coming together to demonstrate and show support in: Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington D.C. Those interested in attending are invited to vote in the poll by following the link for their nearest live demonstration. Administrators of the event receive lists of people who voted for each option from the polls and will contact everybody with further information.
About MILE: The Movement for Indefinite Life Extension (MILE) is a group with a mission to help put people-power and resources behind the projects and organizations working directly and indirectly toward indefinite life extension. For more information, visit: MILE here.