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Tech Mogul’s quest for eternal youth sparks debate: “Project baby face” raises eyebrows

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Bryan Johnson’s $2 million bio-hacking journey to reverse aging draws mixed reactions

 In a world increasingly entwined with technological marvels, tech businessman Bryan Johnson has embarked on a controversial quest to reverse the aging process, spending a staggering $2 million a year on what he calls ‘bio-hacking.’ Johnson’s endeavor, labeled “Project Baby Face,” involves a rigorous routine of a restricted diet, consuming 50-60 pills daily, exercise, and even incorporating his son’s blood into the regimen.

Ten months into this bio-hacking experiment, Johnson recently shared the results on Twitter, aiming to achieve the appearance of an 18-year-old. However, the response from onlookers has been far from unanimous praise.

Comparing Johnson’s current image to one from 2018, before he initiated his anti-aging lifestyle, many have expressed skepticism about the perceived benefits. Critical comments flooded social media, with some stating that he looked better before diving into the ambitious regimen.

One observer remarked, “Not a positive change in the LEAST bit,” while another opined, “He just looks like his face is oily.” A third comment highlighted the eerie nature of the transformation, stating, “Honestly looks better before. Really freaky looking.”

Medical professionals, including Dr. Nir Barzilai, director of the Institute for Aging Research, voiced concerns about Johnson’s appearance during an annual retreat. Barzilai noted, “He looked sick. He was pale. I don’t know what he did with his face. All these MDs, we all kind of agreed that he didn’t look so great.”

Despite Johnson’s aspirations to live to 120 and extend his existence for centuries, experts remain skeptical. Dr. Pinchas Cohen from the University of Southern California emphasized, “Death is not optional; it’s written into our genes. There’s absolutely no evidence that it’s possible. There’s absolutely no technology right now that even suggests that we’re heading that way.”

As Johnson continues his pursuit of eternal youth, the debate surrounding the feasibility and desirability of bio-hacking for anti-aging purposes remains a topic of fascination and controversy.

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