superlongevity

superlongevity

The state of having lived a long time, typically understood to mean over 100 years. Those who have lived over 100 years are known as supercentanarians.
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AGELESS NATION: THE QUEST FOR SUPERLONGEVITY AND PHYSICAL PERFECTION provides a new introduction by the author and foresees a world in which medical and genetic advances will not just expand life spans, but enhance the human body and mind as well.
First, empirical research on happiness indicates that the later years of life are (on average) the happiest, and there is no reason to suppose that this trend would not continue if superlongevity were realized.
Superlongevity will have a growing influence on career choices.
The Second Wind: Choosing Re-Careering Over Retirement in the Superlongevity Era, with Michael Zey, author of The Ageless Society (forthcoming) and The Future Factor: The Five Forces Transforming Our Lives and Shaping Human Destiny.
It is composed of companies and individuals developing technologies and products that will enable us to live longer, healthier lives; that is, to achieve superlongevity.
Let us now examine more closely the profound impacts that the Superlongevity Revolution will have on important aspects of our lives--work, family, leisure, and education.
Superlongevity will change many of these old rules governing how people pursue their careers.
Superlongevity will affect the career choices of individuals at every stage of the life cycle.
The evolving work and retirement patterns of baby boomers, the first generational cohort to experience superlongevity en masse, provide many clues to how our careers and post-career life will evolve over the next several decades.
Superlongevity is making the retirement-planning business very profitable indeed.
The Superlongevity Revolution will require everyone to become a lifetime learner for several reasons.
Perspective and wisdom will become the new hot commodities as the Superlongevity Revolution unfolds.