In a new report out of Australia, researchers are saying it's likely that the first person to live to be 1,000 is alive today. A growing number of researchers believe a biological revolution will enable humans to eventually experience everlasting youthfulness. The article quotes researcher Aubrey de Grey, a Cambridge gerontologist and co-founder or the California-based Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence Research Foundation, who said he is working on "one particular cause of death, namely aging," in an effort to "undo the damage done by the wear and tear of life."
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lol pun intended,good one.If you mean the fraud of a climate crisis is the type of world we are entering, I agree, you can't believe anything the media hypes, climate crisis,live to 1000,Hiliary is qualified to be President, it's Bizarro world
More boring than suffering for 20 or 30 years from old age? Boring, let's face it nothing could be more boring than growing old and then dying.
I don't know for sure but 100 years seems like you accomplish all that you want and 1000 seems like it would be kinda like ground hog day movie with Bill Murray.
I agree with Nichol-- definitely "Groundhog Day"
I don't buy the media hype on this.Your best hope is to see them for eternity as Lois suggests.If they haven't accepted Christ as their savior pray that they do,& if you haven't,well there's no time like present: 1 Corinthians 2:9, Proverbs 27:1
Very valid points
From opinion of the Poor Grouping
You hit on it Peter, you can bet any type of immortality will never be available except for the 1%. Despite the current publicity, if it was that close to really being possible we'd never be hearing about it so I for one don't believe the hype.
If you could live to a thousand because of scientific advancements I suppose so would your loved ones, they might leave you but it doesn't have to be because of death :-)