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If you can extend your lifespan would you do it?
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Posted 9/29/14 , edited 9/29/14
If you can live up to 200 or even 300 would u want too?

I have found this cool website that says that by 2065 there will be longevity treatments that can halt aging and even reverse it. Would u be interested?

http://www.futuretimeline.net/21stcentury/2060-2069.htm#longevity
Posted 9/29/14
I kind of believe that website. I heard a lot of about aging at the moment and how we are identifying aging genes and all that.
I think it will be hugely expensive though to keep population down.

Also If I had the choice I'd wait until I live my life more. I don't really know how I'll enjoy life down the road.
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Posted 9/29/14
It would be interesting to reach 100, after that I don't care.
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I don't know, I think I would like to see what mankind has to offer for all time. I feel like I don't want to miss out out on all the cool stuff that will come to be in our future. I would accept immortality if the chance was put in front of me.
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Posted 9/29/14
not sure if I would, on a side note, your grammer is bring the grammer-nazi out of me
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Posted 9/29/14
inb4 I die a couple months before its release
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Posted 9/30/14
I would.

As long as I'd still get retirement pay.....
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Posted 9/30/14
200-300 would be perfect, if of course the aging process was slowed down, so by 100-150 i was about what a current middle aged man is now. life is far too fleeting and short.
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Posted 9/30/14
I wouldn't mind working forever if I got eternal youth.
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Posted 9/30/14
It would all depend on the price. Not just money but also the moral kind. If I had to use blood magic or something similar to do it then count me out.

I am interested to see how technology develops during my regular lifespan. It might be nice to experience it for longer than that, but it seems unlikely, even if I'm still alive in 2065.


longdanzi103 wrote:

not sure if I would, on a side note, your grammer is bring the grammer-nazi out of me

I sincerely hope you did that on purpose.

Though I do like Kelsey Grammer.
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The sooner I leave this world the better. So no.
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Posted 9/30/14

galaxiias wrote:

The sooner I leave this world the better. So no.


I'll be happy to assist!
Posted 9/30/14
I'm gonna live to 102 anyway so...
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Posted 9/30/14
I would want to redo my youth if i could, yeah.
Posted 9/30/14
More like I would love to shorten it...

I'm already reading up on which countries have the most lax euthanasia laws... Swiss is one of them...
Don't wanna live longer than 50 or 60.
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