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Can We Live Forever?
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Posted 2/19/15
i would only want to live longer if i can maintain a youthful body, if not its not worth. additionally, i rather be immortalized than become immortal.
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29 / F / Philippines
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Nothing last forever !
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Nope.
Posted 4/4/15
i can through my art, forever will my name be remembered or disdained. either way i live forever
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Posted 4/4/15
Question should be can we live until the Apocalypse
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47 / M / Memphis, TN
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Posted 4/4/15
Live forever? What sane person would want that?
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Posted 4/4/15

moonhawk81 wrote:

Live forever? What sane person would want that?


Yeah, It'd probably be pretty boring if someone survived the Apocalypse. And even then, the next question is when does the sun run out of fuel? The solar system can't last forever.
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Well you can if you...

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27 / M / Florida, USA
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Posted 4/4/15
Immortality in any form usually comes with a price. Nothing's free after all.

So unless you're willing to sacrifice something immense, its very unlikely you could ever obtain a form of immortality.
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OP Nuked. Locked.
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23 / M / Michigan
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Posted 4/4/15

CostlyAxis wrote:

We live off of oxygen, an element so reactive that it's slowly killing us. There's a reason we don't see the organic material that existed before the oxidization of the earth (the oxygen killed them off except in the deep ocean). However, it's because our bodies use oxygen that we have chemical reactions strong enough to fuel our movement.


So if I went outside right now and ran 5 miles, would I be killing myself faster? Taking in more oxygen, I mean. Because I like running
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