To many, living "paleo" means living a more natural life. Less Fewer cheetos, more raw cheddar. Less worrying, more walking. Less sick days, more sex days. (<----is that true?)
The end of life is called "death". Some of us try to delay this with prudent dietary tweaks and supplementation. We can hack all we want, but chances are that we will all die. Kurt Harris writes...
"So I would encourage you to ask yourself, what are you looking for? Do you think there is a "secret"? Are you fantasizing about immortality? Is everything a tweak or a hack or a trick? Do you think every problem in your life can be fixed by changing your diet? Or do you see life as complex and tragic but sweet and rewarding, and are happy just to stack the odds in your favor with diet and then get on about your other business?"
It strikes me that the basic nature of paleo writing/blogging/hacking is very life-affirming. But life is not always rainbows and slow-cooked meat. It can be very tragic. People have thought about death and written about tragedy forever. Now that most of us don't die from infection/accidents/war, tragedy is just so passe. I looked through paleohacks and found almost nothing about death. How often do you think about death? Are you afraid of death?