Saturday, April 14, 2007

Dr. Leonid Gavrilov, Ph.D. wrote:

"It was great to see the video records of this Symposium.I have posted my reflections on these records and presentations given at the recent Edmonton Aging Symposium in Canada, which are now publicly available online here:"

The Symposium was not only unique in the depth, breadth and inclusiveness of its topics, it was a WORLD FIRST! in being streamed live onto the internet. Below are the recordings of the streaming split up by speaker in alphabetical order. Where possible, video, powerpoint and audio MP3 files are available for download.

So, for each presentation it is better first to download the Power-Point Presentation, then to start the audio of the presentation, and to follow the voice of the speaker clicking the next slides of his Power-Point Presentation.

See also the "Head-to-Head" debates on the Ethics and Desirability of Life-Extension, which is now available here:

Very optimistic vision on the economic sustainability of a future life-extension was provided by Ronald Bailey in his talk "Estimating Your Future's Options", see video here.

Thank You Dr. Leonid Gavrilov, Ph.D. for writing in to EA and let us know about the seminar and making its contents available to our readers who might be interested in the fascinating topic of life extension, a topic which as our technology advances, is becoming more and more relevant each and every passing day.