Chemical composition determination methods overview for human immortality biotech (part 1)

My name is Allen Young, I’m a transhumanistic Asian-American man.

I think human beings getting old and dying is a ridiculous design; I think humans should be able to live with healthy, young, and beautiful human bodies as long as they want, so I do my own research in developing the human immortality biotech; even if I fail to succeed in developing the human immortality biotech that I envision, I will still have learned, hopefully discovered, created, and shared many wonderful truths, ideas, concepts, methods, and inventions in biological science and technology; no matter what my outcomes may be, I am still compelled to do my own research and development in biological sciences and technologies because I think they are wonderful fields that I am passionate about and want to advance.

The human immortality biotechnologies that I envision are human body part and whole human body manufacturing and replacement biotechnologies, and anti-aging human body biotech, as specified in my book, The Future.

I want to create brand-new human possibilities via advancing science, technology, and capitalism; that is why I’m commited to publicly promoting and advancing artificial intelligence, robotics, human immortality biotech, and mass-scale outer space humanity expansion tech; I want amazing brand-new technological capabilities, including the biotechnological capability to extend human lifespan and enable individual human beings to live as long as they want.

This audiovisual series, titled “Chemical composition determination methods overview for human immortality biotech”, is for doing my preliminary research in developing chemical composition determination, determiner, or analysis technology or technologies for enabling the human immortality biotech that I envision, specified in my book, The Future. In this series, I will present some of the basics in my chemical composition determiner technologies development project.

One key goal I have and pursue at Robocentric is determining and publishing the chemical composition and 3D location of every type of biochemical in the human body, for enabling the human immortality biotech and advancing neurotechnology: To accomplish that goal, I need to develop and commercialize ultra-low cost fully automated chemical composition determiner technology or technologies.

DNA sequencer is a chemical composition determiner technology that determines one or more chromosome nucleobase sequences.

In my view, the cost for biochemical composition determination is still too expensive. If there are millions of different types of biochemicals in the human body, and each type of biochemical takes US$1,500 to determine the chemical composition of, it would take billions of the U.S. dollars to determine all the different types of biochemicals in a single human body. In my view, it must become extremely cheap to determine biochemical compositions, in order for biotech to truly blossom and gain mass adoption in everyday human activities.

In this audiovisual series, I’ll first go over the existing methods for determining chemical compositions, including DNA sequencing. Then, I’ll go over some of the approaches I can initially think of for drastically and dramatically lowering the biochemical composition determination cost.

One thing I will go over is the existing methods for separating a piece of microscopic matter, such as a chromosome, from its main body, for determining its chemical composition, such as in DNA sequencing. A chromosome can be seen with an optical microscope, because it is fairly big in the microscopic and nanoscopic world or scale; the length of metaphase chromosomes, in average, is from ∼1 to >20 μm, which is big enough to be seen with an optical microscope. I’ll also go over potential ultra-low cost methods for separating a piece of microscopic matter, such as a chromosome, from its main body, for determining its chemical composition.

In the world of physical matter, the smaller you go, the more opaque and convoluted it becomes.

When you go down to the molecule and atom level, when you interact with and manipulate molecules and atoms, it’s never as simple as just seeing and touching and manipulating those chemical matter; you need to think about complex ways to detect and manipulate molecules and atoms using their chemical and quantum physical properties because they are not like everyday objects.

I’ll continue in part 2.

If you haven’t already, visit Robocentric.com/Future, and buy and read my book, titled The Future, to learn how I advance artificial intelligence, robotics, human immortality biotech, and mass-scale outer space humanity expansion tech.

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Allen Young

The transhumanistic Asian-American man who publicly promotes and advances AI, robotics, human body biotech, and mass-scale outer space tech.