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Murfreesboro wrote:Well, it would depend. If you liked what you were doing and were still able to do it, why would you quit?
Hey Undertaker... have you ever heard of Aubry de Grey? He's a gerontologist who says we now have the tools to allow humans to stop aging. Someone just has to start applying them. He believes the first person to be 1000 years old is alive today and may be as old as 60. He may be right. There have been experiments where scientists not only stopped aging, they've actually reversed it, in lesser animals of course.
If it took 200 years for world population to go up 6 billion, how long would it take to reach 10 billion if people stopped dying? Experts think that 10 billion is the most people that this planet can support. Scary, huh?
Murfreesboro wrote:That's sad to hear. Is their health care not as good over there?
Li H'Sen Chang wrote:People die young in Laos more than in America. Average is maybe 60 there and 80 or 90 here.
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