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In the future, will we find a way to stay young and live forever?
I think it's possible because of stem cell research. If scientists develop something that can grow new body parts and organs for us, why wouldn't we be able to stay young and live forever? On the other hand, I'm not sure I would really want to do that...would you?
It is quite likely scientists will find ways to extend our life, however what will long life look like? Maintaining quality of life is as improtant as creating a long life.
Why on earth should we want to, that way leads to stagnation, we need fresh blood.
It'll depend on applications of biotechnology and biochemical researches. If science can make gene-synthesis possible then synthesis of new cells can be made possible too.
If, there is something beyond life sciences that ceases outcomes of such implementations and results in failure of science then it is hard to assume that what is going to happen in future but if science succeeds, it is quite sure that two basic components of life element'll play a major role. These are DNA and RNA which'll be the bases of such research.
No because the Bible says we are appointed once to die and then face judgement. Eternal life is possible if you accept Jesus Christ as your savior and repent of your sins.
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