Billionaire Attempts De-Aging Using Crazy Routine

( – A tech mogul deeply invested in anti-aging pursuits asserts that humanity’s survival hinges on the integration of artificial intelligence (AI).

Bryan Johnson, a 46-year-old tech innovator, invests substantial sums annually in a team of health experts and research, all aimed at reversing the aging process. His objective? To rejuvenate his organs to match the vitality of an 18-year-old.

Among his routines are early bedtime adherence, a regimen of 111 daily pills, meticulous monitoring of his bodily functions, including stool samples and nocturnal erections. At one point, he even funded the infusion of his teenage son’s plasma into his own bloodstream, albeit at considerable expense.

In Johnson’s words, “Oftentimes, the headline of a billionaire spending 2 million a year on his body makes it seem eccentric. It’s really about doing what’s good for us.”

He acknowledges the nuanced and detailed approach needed to attain his health objectives. However, the essence of his practices can be distilled into a few achievable principles: consistent sleep patterns, daily exercise, and minimizing harmful behaviors.

“I jest about liberating my organs from my mind’s tyranny,” he says, highlighting the importance of breaking free from detrimental habits.

Johnson suggests that people pursuing healthier lifestyles often focus on positive actions like exercise, adequate sleep, and a balanced diet. However, he stresses the significance of recognizing and curbing negative behaviors that modern society is often “addicted” to.

“Corporations win by getting us addicted to their products or services. Stopping these harmful actions is often the most powerful step,” he emphasized.

Despite the considerable cost of his health pursuits, Johnson shares that his regimen is openly available online, offering recommendations ranging from diet plans to exercise routines, applicable to both genders.

He aligns with the insights from “The Blue Zones,” emphasizing the shared practices of communities with longer, healthier lives. Factors such as spiritual engagement, sufficient sleep, regular exercise, and a vegetable-focused diet resonate with his own approach.

Contrary to expectations, Johnson reflects on the revelation that the ability to quit detrimental habits can wield more influence than the drive to adopt beneficial ones.

“My struggle lies in my mind; my organs are my allies. I’ve empowered them and reduced the authority of my mind,” he reflects, underlining the motivation behind his health journey.

Personal health challenges and witnessing cognitive decline in family members fueled Johnson’s health quest. He’s personally grappled with chronic depression and saw his stepfather and father contend with cognitive decline.

Johnson’s entrepreneurial journey began with Braintree, a payment infrastructure company he founded and later sold to PayPal. He now heads Blueprint, a venture focused on optimizing health and longevity using AI-driven precision.

He emphasizes that AI directs the program, enabling him to overcome mental barriers and prioritize his physical well-being effectively.

Rather than expressing fear about AI, Johnson underscores his concerns about human tendencies to cause harm. He believes that the amalgamation of rapidly advancing AI, other technologies, and a stronger focus on health may reshape our perceptions of mortality.

Reflecting on history, Johnson draws parallels to a time when horse-drawn carriages inundated cities with manure, causing health issues. The advent of the Model T car by Henry Ford rendered this problem obsolete, showcasing how unforeseen solutions can disrupt perceived urgent concerns.

In Johnson’s eyes, our modern challenges boil down to a simple imperative: “Don’t die.” He envisions a future where advancements like AI may extend life to the point where mortality becomes an improbability, prompting philosophical questions about overpopulation and societal desires.

“We’re at a different era of being human, and we need to update our gameplay as a species to understand where we’re at,” he concludes, contemplating the unique age we inhabit.