There are many answers to this question. I'll offer one answer out of the many. When cells replicate in a process we call 'protein synthesis,' over and over and over again - eventually the copies are not so wholesome as the ones before them. Errors in protein synthesis lead to organs not being so functional as they once were.
If one organ of the body becomes less efficient than it once was, this puts increased stress on other body organs. This leads to disease, and unchecked disease leads to mortality.
Dr. Wesman Todd Shaw....or is it Professor? I do believe you have exquisitely explained why all living things must die.....Do you answer all questions from birth to death and in between? Because to tell the truth, I have a whole bunch of questions!! Effer
hahaha. May I interest you instead in an expensive guitar?
What would I do with it? I just bought a small guitar at a yard sale 2 hang in my celebrity room. That would be like a rec room w/ pics of Marilyn M, James Dean, Butch Cssidy & Sundance, Jim Carrey, a saxaphone, Movie posters & now my Gee-TAR
Planned obsolescence is part of many species, so that the older ones die off to make room for the ideally better evolved descendants.
Because if everyone lived forever and our planet didn't get larger, there wouldn't be any room for children.
by Anjili7 years ago
Why clone living things?
by ranzel7 years ago
what branch of biology classify of living things
by pedagog19 months ago
Why does leather goods doesn't decompose as other dead organs do?
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What is the purpose of parasites?
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Multiple arguments have been presented in various forums (inside and outside of HubPages) to argue for the existence of God. They run the gamut from the Cosmological ( Efficient Causality, Contingency,...
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Next week I am to pray for a young man at his funeral who tragically died in a car accident. Our boys grew up together. It is very disheartening to see a promising young man be cut short of life. My boys are devestated...
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