Before I start to lay out different arguments on what kind of projects are suited to develop Open Healthspan technologies, first I thought I ask around. Set up a poll on twitter with the following options below, please voice your opinion here:
Have you ever wondered how many of us, still breathing, are closer to our death than to our birth already based on our chronological age & average life expectancy? How many of us can wake up every day knowing most of the time ‘allocated’ is gone?
I’m running a poll on Twitter to get a very rough estimation to figure out this ratio. My way of approaching this is to ask you to calculate this quantity (being closer to one’s death/birth) for yourself and the answer the binary poll so we can get to a a first rough estimation.
All you need to do to participate (assuming you have a Twitter account) is to go here Continue reading “How many of us are closer to our death than to our birth?”