How to Live Forever: The Morning Routine of a Biohacker | KQED News

Echo, what's the weather? As a techo-optimistic- futurist, I believe in technology to solve the problems faster than we've created them And one of those problems is death and aging and decline of our brains They all have different kind of purposes

Echo, start a seven-minute workout That's a seven-minute workout Raise your heart rate up All the sensors read my brain 66 percent calm

I'm physically calm but now my body's activated for the day, so that's kind of the point I know here that I have a limited amount of time And the faster I talk, the faster I read, the faster the more information in my life that I can learn

That to me, if that's the consequence, that I'm able to do too much, than I'll take that



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