Billionaires have long invested in biotech companies that specialize in research and technology on life-prolonging and anti-aging. Elon Musk’s 2022 statement said that he won’t be doing the same as his billionaire peers because he is simply not afraid of dying.
Musk suggests that while it’s a noble endeavor to extend human life, his primary focus is on addressing important problems like sustainable energy and space exploration. Musk acknowledges that death is a natural part of life and implies that he prefers to work on projects with a broader impact rather than focusing solely on extending the human lifespan.
Editor’s Note: This article raises an important question: why are the richest people in the world so invested in becoming immortal? Is the amount of money owned by a person directly proportional to their fear of death? There must only be a few, if any, of these researches that have produced any significant output on proving that we can achieve immortality. Obviously, these billionaires don’t see the whole picture, as even the lack of concrete proof of immortality hasn’t stopped them from spending money in hopes of reaching their endgame, and they don’t see that they have better reasons to spend all their money on.
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