I am turning 26 in 3 months so decisions will need to be made. I am interested in life extension technology, space, politics, and Antarctica and I want my career to be concentrated around those fields, especially where they all intersect. I have a BA in Philosophy from one of those land grant universities and a certificate in management. My cumulative GPA is poor, 3.0x, I chalk it down to being young, unfocused, and concerned elsewhere..(women lol). I have had held internships or employment at a vet hospital, universities, walmart, stores, and currently a casino doing various tasks such as event management, security, customer service and office work.
I have a lot I want to do, but Im unsure which programs might best fit me given my current situation and my future goals. Those goals are as follows;
1) Contribute significantly to the pursuit of the lengthening of the human life span.
2) Study, explore, find use of Antarctica.
3) Contribute to to the effort to make non earth bodies habitable.
4) Enter African politics and contribute to the effort to improve the social economic conditions of the continent.
5) Write a couple books.
6) Attain a Ph.D.
As I'm only turning 26, doing each of these things is feasible but I'm trying to get on the right academic tract so as to set myself up for success.
Any advice on what that may be, given my academic and professional career so far?