Aula Mir is relaunching with innovative technology

We know we took a long vacation. So long that even our website was expired, we had to re-register it. But that’s all in the past. We are relaunching our website with a new goal: bringing innovation to the forefront.

From this point onwards, we will be talking about the cutting edge technology that very few scientists are working.

Why?

Because these innovations are too taboo in our culture right now. But they are bound to help humanity in the future. Things like age reversing, space travel, optimizing chemicals in our brains to help us focus and feel better, connecting our brains with artificial intelligence so that AI doesn’t take over the world. Things like that.

Now I know some of those things are not as controversial as others, but they all are pretty much on the same playing field when it comes to helping humanity.

If we are able to reverse the aging process of humanity, it is possible that we might be able to live forever. This means that we can see the world we create 100 years from now, because we will still be as young as a 21 year old. If you’re excited about this, check out David Sinclair’s research about age reversing. He’s way ahead of what you might think.

In the meantime, enjoy this interview of Mr. Sinclair with Joe Rogan: