Ray Peat Death, Obituary – We were informed by a member of Ray Peat’s family that he went away on Thanksgiving day at the age of 86, and it aches our hearts to have to share this sad piece of information with you. We were informed by a member of Ray Peat’s family that he passed away on Thanksgiving day. On the day before Thanksgiving, one of Ray Peat’s family members shared the sad news with us that Ray had passed away.
We were informed by a member of Ray Peat’s family that he had passed away the day before Thanksgiving, which was a terrible and upsetting development. We consider it a great blessing that not only were we able to film an interview with one of the most influential and forward-thinking intellectuals of his era, but that we were also able to conduct the interview with him. We believe this to be one of the most significant opportunities that has ever presented itself to us.
It is thought that he was one of the thinkers who, during his historical period, was considered to be the most iconoclastic of those who lived during that time. He held a role in the philosophical community.
Over the course of the past five years, we have been uploading complete and uncut copies of the interviews that we have recorded with Ray into YouTube using that platform. A significant number of people from all across the world have viewed these interviews.
You can now watch both of these chats on YouTube at your convenience. Recently, we got the chance to conduct an audio interview with him regarding Gilbert Ling, and we also taped that interview. Both of these interviews can be found on our website. There is a link to our channel in the comments part of this page, which is also where you may find it for your own convenience if you want to check there first.
We will keep you updated as soon as we obtain any new information; but, in the meanwhile, we kindly ask that you be patient with us. We appreciate your understanding in this matter. We promise to keep you updated as soon as we have any fresh information to share with you. I have a suggestion for all of us to give a toast to Ray when we raise our cups of coffee to him as a means to memorialise the event and pass the time while we wait for it to take place. This would be both a method to commemorate the event and a way to keep ourselves occupied.