what will be the average human life span considering the rate at which longevity is increasing?
There are no limits. Every day more is known about the physiological and molecular bases of aging. It's just a matter of time. This is not science fiction, is the reality of technological development in the field of biotechnology. Of course, as nothing is disconnected from politics, the vast majority of people in the world will not benefit from that increasing in life expectancy.
Remember: There are no limits to human development.
The medical profession reported circa 1990 that human DNA at the cellular level can reproduce by division to the age of 113 years + or - a few years. Until science or the supernatural can change DNA in the cells, that's the human age limit.
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