The Tech Millionaire’s Quest for Immortality: Defying Death at 16 mph in LA’s Tech Hub

Essential Takeaways:
– Tech millionaire Bryan Johnson is spending millions to try to reverse the aging process.
– Johnson is aware of the irony of dying in an accident and drives extremely slowly to avoid it.
– He drives at a speed of 16 mph in Los Angeles and repeats a mantra before driving: “Driving is the most dangerous thing we do.”
– Johnson’s efforts to live forever include an experimental program called Project Blueprint, which costs up to $2 million per year.
– His regimen involves taking over 100 supplements per day, consuming 70 pounds of vegetables per month, and experimenting with various treatments.
– While Johnson claims his doctors have found positive results, experts remain skeptical of his methods and the possibility of significantly extending human lifespan.