Steven Seagal Asks For Immortality Research Support from Russian PM Vladimir Putin

Author: Russia 2045
Published: 2011/05/17
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Synopsis: Actor Steven Seagal has written a letter to Russian Vladimir Putin asking for support of Russia 2045 movement to make Russia the center of immortality and artificial body research.

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Actor and martial artist Steven Seagal has written an open letter to Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, asking for support of the "Russia 2045" movement that aims to make Russia the center of immortality and artificial body research.

According to Seagal, "Russia 2045," by using and developing new technologies, hopes to significantly improve the quality of life and make humans immortal by the year 2045.

"Not so long ago, I learned from my Russian friends about the 'Russia 2045' social movement, and I decided to join it," says Seagal, who has Russian roots and "considers himself Russian." "... I am extremely proud this technology has been discovered in Russia and that it has been propagated in Russia, with some of the greatest Russian doctors and scientists in the world. In bringing this technology into the forefront of the world, surely we as a human race will make incredible leaps and bounds ensuring a new and better quality of life," adds Seagal.

"I am appealing to you, hoping that we may have the opportunity for a mutually beneficial enterprise making the world a better place," Steven says. "It seems as through now you are placing more emphasis on life expectancy and life extension issues. I can see that you are actively working hard on coming up with solutions that lead Russia into the future confidently."

Steven Seagal has met Vladimir Putin in Russia and considers him "a prominent world leader" and hopes for his response. The "Russia 2045" movement was founded in 2011 in Moscow by the ground of prominent scientists. They intend to combine all existing groundbreaking medical technologies and develop new ones in order to produce artificial human body and, eventually, allow humans to reach immortality.

The complete open letter to Vladimir Putin is available at www.scribd.com/doc/55559143/Letter-to-Putin.

Steven Seagal is an American film star and martial artist. He is also producer, film director, and writer. Additionally, he is a Buddhist and actively involved in charity. In February 1997, His Holiness Penor Rinpoche recognized Steven Seagal as Tulku Rinpoche, and as the reincarnation of Terton Chungdrag Dorje, who lived in the XVII century.

"Russia 2045" was founded by Dmitry Itskov, president of New Media Stars, in February of 2011 with the participation of leading Russian specialists in the fields of neural interfaces, artificial organs, and systems. Its major goal is creation of an artificial body, while the intermediate goal is to create various artificial organs, and life expectancy extension. Fore more information, please visit www.2045.com

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