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Annotated Bibliography

Primary Sources

A Centurion's Toolbox for Longevity Living Beyond 120 - 2nd Edition. A Centurion's

Toolbox for Longevity Living Beyond 120 - 2nd Edition,

www.mightyz.com/tao.html. Accessed 25 Mar. 2017.

This is a website that outlines a book written by Scott Rauvers, founder of the Institute for Solar

Studies. He talks about the different ways to achieve living beyond 120.

Faculty at Buck Institute for Research on Aging. YouTube, YouTube, 14 June 2015,

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7uAIXAozM4. Accessed 16 Apr. 2017.

This is a video from the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. They are talking about their

goals for the future and how they plan on slowing down the process of aging by preventing

diseases.

General, Legal &. What Is Ageing? Can We Delay It? Longevity Science Panel,

www.longevitypanel.co.uk/viewpoint/what-is-ageing-can-we-delay-it/.

Accessed 26 Mar. 2017.

This source talks about a research project they carried out. It is an interview on eight bio

gerontologists to talk about the current knowledge about ageing and what treatments could

possibly be used to delay ageing.


Home | The Buck Institute for Research on Aging. Home | The Buck Institute for

Research on Aging, www.buckinstitute.org/. Accessed 26 Mar. 2017.

This source is an institute that is trying to extend humans life. This is a whole institution thats

goal is to slow down the aging process and slow down the diseases that affect us when we do

age.

Live Cell Research | Home. Live Cell Research | Home, livecellresearch.com/index.php.

Accessed 26 Mar. 2017.

This is a website that sells medicine. This medicine supposedly slows the ageing process. This

shows that they have found and produced medicine that can help with the ageing process. This is

only the beginning of this research.

quick look living to 120 and beyond. Benefits Magazine [serial online]. October 2013;50(10):13. Available

from: Advanced Placement Source, Ipswich, MA. Accessed February 11, 2017.

This source provides information how long the average person lives. It also provides a survey on

how people feel about living longer. To go along with the information, it provides graphic

organizers and pictures to depict the information more clearly.

Subscriptions - Alliance for Aging Research. Subscriptions - Alliance for Aging

Research, www.agingresearch.org/subscriptions?

gclid=CP2E7YXT8tICFdgNgQodzZ0G1w. Accessed 25 Mar. 2017.

This is a non-profit organization, Alliance for Aging Research. They strive to improve the

universal human experience of aging and health, by trying to find ways to improve our aging and

health.
The Cure Is Now. The Cure Is Now, thecureisnow.org/. Accessed 25 Mar. 2017.

This is a non-profit company whose goal is to eliminate acquired, congenital, and developmental

diseases. This could in turn allow us to live a longer life if they are able to find ways to get rid of

these diseases.

The Key to Living a Longer Life. National Geographic Channel, 28 July 2016,

channel.nationalgeographic.com/breakthrough-series/videos/the-key-to-

living-a-longer-life/. Accessed 26 Mar. 2017.

This is a video on the Buck Institution talking to centennials and taking tests on them to find

out how they can live so long even though they dont have healthy habits. They found out that

they have these certain mutations that allows them to age slower. They are now trying to make

medication so that others can age slower.

Secondary Sources

BBC - Future - The Secrets of Living to 200 Years Old. BBC News, BBC,

www.bbc.com/future/story/20150915-the-secrets-of-living-to-200-years-old.

Accessed 25 Mar. 2017.

This source provides information on the progress and thoughts of how scientists are trying to

increase the life span of humans. It talks about the potential problems that causes us humans to

age and the solutions to those problems.


Beyond 120: Are We Finally Getting Older Slower? Tablet Magazine,

www.tabletmag.com/jewish-news-and-politics/201752/beyond-120. Accessed 25

Mar. 2017.

This talks about how using stem cell biology will help us find ways to get old slower and where

we are able to live longer. It talks about how far people have gotten in living longer so far and

how we can find new ways to live longer in the future.

Corbyn, Zo. Live Forever: Scientists Say They'Ll Extend Life 'Well beyond 120'. The

Observer, Guardian News and Media, 11 Jan. 2015,

www.theguardian.com/science/2015/jan/11/-sp-live-forever-extend-life-calico-

google-longevity. Accessed 25 Mar. 2017.

This source talks about how scientists are trying to hack the code of life to try to make humans

live longer. It also provides information on companies, such as Calico, who are trying to devise

ways to increase the human life span.

Editor in Chief, Harvard Health Publications, et al. Want to Live to Age 120? Most

Americans Say No. Harvard Health Blog, 7 Aug. 2013,

www.health.harvard.edu/blog/want-to-live-to-age-120-most-americans-say-no-

201308076589. Accessed 25 Mar. 2017.

This source provides statistics on peoples opinions on living longer. It also provides

information on alternative ways to live longer vs. making medications to do so. It takes

a more natural approach towards living longer than hacking the code of life.
Gonzalez, Robbie. Lust for Life: Breaking the 120-Year Barrier in Human Aging. io9,

io9.Gizmodo.com, 5 July 2013, io9.gizmodo.com/lust-for-life-breaking-the-120-

year-barrier-in-human-a-676347543. Accessed 25 Mar. 2017.

This source talks about the Hayflick limit. This source says why being able to slow down the

ageing of humans to live a longer life may be restricted due to conditions in humans bodies not

being able to meet those wants.

120 Is the New 100: The Pros and Cons of Living Much Longer Lives. USCatholic.org,

www.uscatholic.org/blog/201308/120-new-100-pros-and-cons-living-much-longer-

lives-27658. Accessed 26 Mar. 2017.

This source provides the benefits of living longer. It talks about how you can spend more time

with family. It also provides data to a survey about how people feel about living longer, showing

that 56% of people dont want to live up to 120 years old.

MailOnline, Victoria Woollaston for. We'Ll Soon All Live to 120 Years Old - but This Is

Probably the Absolute Limit, Claims Expert. Daily Mail Online, Associated

Newspapers, 22 Oct. 2014, www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2802895/we-

ll-soon-live-120-years-old-probably-absolute-limit-claims-expert.html. Accessed

25 Mar. 2017.

This source provides charts/visuals on the predicted life span of the entire population of the

world in 2050. It also provides the progress of people over 100 years from 2002-2013.

N.A. n.d., 'Boomers may live to 120', Herald Sun (Melbourne), Newspaper Source, EBSCOhost, viewed 25 March

2017.
This is about Dr. Robert Goldman, from Oklahoma State Universitys medicine department

talking about his view on the progress of living beyond 120. This provides good quotes use from

an expert in living beyond 120.

Publications, Harvard Health. Tips for a Longer Life. Harvard Health,

www.health.harvard.edu/healthbeat/tips-for-a-longer-life. Accessed 26 Mar. 2017.

This provides examples and recommendations for ways to live longer. People are able to live

longer by following these steps. It gives alternative natural ways to live a longer life.

Soon We May Live Longer Than 120 Years, Scientists Say. The Science Explorer,

thescienceexplorer.com/brain-and-body/soon-we-may-live-longer-120-years-

scientists-say. Accessed 25 Mar. 2017.

This source talks about the Palo Alto Longevity Prize, which is a $1 million competition to

nurture innovations that will end aging. This source also introduces the many different ways

people are trying to approach the problem of aging and trying to stop it.

The Guardian. The Guardian, Guardian News and Media,

www.theguardian.com/zurichfuturology/story/0,,1952688,00.html. Accessed 26

Mar. 2017.

This talks about how medicines will not only allow people to live longer, but also living better

for longer. It talks about how since human bodies arent programmed to age, medicines will

allow the slowing down of the degeneration of cells.

Vann, Madeline R. The 15 Most Common Health Concerns for

Seniors.EverydayHealth.com, Everyday Health, 1 Aug. 2016,


www.everydayhealth.com/news/most-common-health-concerns-seniors/.

Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This source was used for the diseases developed as people age. This will help when explaining

how to possibly prevent this in the future.

Why We Should Look Forward to Living to 120 and Beyond. Next Avenue, 26 Sept.

2013, www.nextavenue.org/why-we-should-look-forward-living-120-and-beyond/.

Accessed 25 Mar. 2017.

This source provides information on our progress of finding out ways to live longer. It also talks

about why people are scared of aging more than we should and also the benefits of being able to

live longer.

Picture Sources

Life Support Equipment. Life Support Equipment | St. Thomas Energy Inc.,

www.sttenergy.com/residential/special-assistance/life-support. Accessed 2 Apr.

2017.

This source includes an image of medical equipment to tie in with the project, Living Beyond

120. A picture from this source was used on the title page of the website.

www.asalesguy.com/can-you-pass-the-question-test/. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This source was used for the reasons page. It is a picture that ties in with it to make the page look

more professional.
What Amazing Goal Could You Accomplish in 100 Days? Advanced Life Skills, 6 June

2016, advancedlifeskills.com/blog/amazing-goal-in-100-days/. Accessed 2 Apr.

2017.

This source was used for the picture. The picture from this source was used on the page for one

of the two reasons why living beyond 120 is a good thing. It was used for the Accomplishing

More Things page.

www.pinterest.com/search/pins/?q=action

%20sciencedaily&pin=432838214159910374&lp=plp. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This source was used for the picture of diseases. The diseases ties in with the reason that finding

a way to live longer can slow the onset of diseases.

www.scadmissions.com/resources-2/. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This source was used for the picture on the resources page of the website. This provides a picture

that reflects on the resources used and really ties in with the website.