Do you believe that one day humankind will have a life expectancy into the hundreds of years
with moderately good health physically and mentally?
Of course. We are close now with people living to just over 100. The problem with that is we will use up all our resources and will not have enough to support all the people on earth. This will cause a larger population of poor people and a smaller class of rich whose only consern will be living as long as they can by hording the resources.
Yes, It seems possible. Research is going on to enhance the longevity of body tissues that loss their strength with age. New Supplements and advanced medical facilities with different critical body parts transplantation support this expectation.
by Stacie L6 years ago
....looks like we Americans are living longer...is that good?I hope I have enough money to live on...http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42111907/ns/health-aging
by KaisaJordan5 years ago
What do you think the true reason why, men life expectancy is shorter than womenLet get the facts out maybe you can help a man out there live a little longer.
by RodneyBlaec Rainey4 years ago
Anthropologists largely agree that pre-colonized, nature based cultures only work an average of four hours a day.Societies located where winters were harsh did little more than stay warm and make babies in the...
by Judy Specht4 years ago
What is the life expectancy of a chicken?I would guess a hen would live longer.
by nicomp really8 years ago
I wonder if anyone has life expectancy numbers that exclude murders, suicides, and accidental deaths, which are not relevant when considering health care. I think the US comes out on top; we drive more miles and will...
by PlanksandNails6 years ago
Battery life expectancy of cell phones vs. the life expectancy of the cell phone users?"Motorola advises consumers to avoid pointing a cellular antenna toward exposed parts of the body. But independent tests show...
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