My first solo post on our new BPF blog. "Dendritic Spines, Memory & Brain Preservation". Neuroscience is soooo close to solving the long-term memory preservation puzzle, and reanimating uploaded memories from model organisms. Within the next ten years I think. Then the number of people who "get" the value of brain preservation will really start growing fast, and more of us can come to see ourselves as always learning, "informational entities", with bright futures. Every one of us. It is such an amazing time to be alive, I feel tremendously blessed.
Let me start this post with a disclaimer: I am not a trained neuroscientist. As VP and co-founder of the BPF, I enjoy following the scientific literature on neuroscience topics. I am instead a technology futurist, with six years of postbaccalaureate and graduate studies in biological sciences, computer sciences, and medicine at UCSD, and a master’s degree in futures studies […]
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