In Wired, Sam Apple looks at the latest twists and turns in the quest to make you live longer (and maybe, forever). Forget the blood of teens. This pill promises to extend life for a nickel a pop. “Almost nothing seems too far-fetched in the so-called life-extension community. And yet, while it’s certainly possible that this work will lead to a breakthrough that will benefit all of humanity, it’s hard to escape the sense that Silicon Valley’s newfound urge to postpone aging indefinitely is, first and foremost, an attempt by the super wealthy to extend their own lives.” It’s also part of the world’s newest religion in which we pray to the tech gods and believe that if you can create a popular photosharing app, you can do anything.