[extropy-chat] Live long enough to live forever

Sondre Bjellås sondre.bjellas at intellifield.no
Tue Mar 20 22:13:00 UTC 2007

It's sold as animal-food at the local health stores. I will have a look at your book suggestions. Stevia was banned as human-food in 2004 in Europe. Stevia is the best =)


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Sondre Bjell?s <sondre.bjellas at intellifield.no> wrote:

 > So I work out 3-4 times a week, I take aggressive amounts of 
vitamins, minerals, oils and other nutrients. Follows a healthy diet 
(recently became a vegetarian) and haven't had soda water (Coca Cola, 
etc.) in more than two years. I rarely drink coffee, but consume a good 
deal of tee with Stevia as sweetener.


Where do you get it? Ever since first hearing of it, i've been 
frustrated by the fact that it's not "approved for human consumption", 
despite having been consumed for thousands of years by people in S. America.

 >I try to involve myself in multiple projects in both work and personal 
life, on various subjects and tasks. Reading lots of books on 
technology, health and philosophy (please feel free to suggest some for me).

Apart from the obvious contenders like The Spike, The Age of Spiritual 
Machines, TSIN, Moravec's Mind Children, etc., you might be interested 
in the book that got me started, "Beyond Humanity: CyberEvolution and 
Future Minds", Gregory S Paul & Earl D Cox, ISBN 1-886801-21-5 (a bit 
gosh-wow, but at the time i found it really exciting and 
thought-provoking). And i'd thoroughly recommend Steve Grand's 
"Creation: Life and how to make it".

ben zaiboc
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