1) Live continuously in the present. 2) Simply trust that I am (if I die, I won't know it -- and as they say "so far so good"). 3) Go on a hunt for the grail. 4) Upload my mind-state onto an electronic device, so that if my body dies I can be downloaded into another. 5) Find Zeus's hidey-hole on mount Olympus and drink some Ambrosia.
If I knew that, I think I'd be hesitant to hand that out for free too. I watched the Highlander series, and even that didn't reveal the secret. Just said how to STAY immortal. haha. There can be only ONE, remember!?
Yes, and I hated that show for that. What a violent way to have to live. I wouldn't opt for it either. A few hundred years would be nice, but forever? I've got too much curiosity about the other side to live on this side forever.
Interesting reply Emile R, if not great. If I got that right, then is it that there is some problem to accept immortality? Even if someone makes it a scientific reality, will you consider 'living forever' as like a prison?
I think I would always opt for the known. I talk a big game, but I think I lack the explorer gene. Continued participation in reality always leaves the option that we will discover answers on the spiritual front. Death, now, is a crap shoot. We think we know what we think we know. We don't know anything for sure.
1.Make sure you're holier than holy 2.Become a major terrorist or a dictator 3.Marry Kim Kardashian and stay married to her for more than three months 4.Leave the Cleveland Cavaliers to sign up with the Miami Heat 5.Impregnate as many women as you can,leave them to raise the kids and don't ever pay child support
My question is what's actually wrong with the Intelligent Design theory? I find many aspects of it quite forward thinking and interesting.I know it was roundly disparaged in the media as almost some kind of joke...but...