Did I miss something somewhere?
″ there will be an extremely sudden shift in the public perception on aging through which the fact that it can be reversed becomes common knowledge.” (emphasis mine)
Really, this is a fact or is it a “fact”?
And I ask seriously, even if a bit provocatively. I do know there are theories that this can eventually be done but don’t think we yet have that knowledge. So not sure if he is talking about the perception of this being a fact and that getting into the political mind and debate or really claiming we can now reverse aging.
My bad for being unclear. We’re strictly talking about the perception of it being a fact. I did not intend to include any factual claim into my paraphrasing.
I added an “alleged” in there. I think it’s a pretty safe bet that Aubrey considers it a fact.
No worries—I can easily read a stronger claim that intended. Thanks for clarifying.
Perhaps he does. Didn’t he make the prediction a year or so back that someone living today will live to 1000?