If a "Fountain of Youth" was found, who would own it, be allowed to drink from it? A new class?
Let's say a real "fountain of youth was found" or a pill perhaps that taken over time stops the aging process - I mean really stops it. Who get's to drink? Who has the right? Will it be to only those who can afford it? Will there be a new race class. How would such a finding change things from a society perspective, a governing perspective, economic. There's a real pursuit of such a pill or anecdote to life's natural cycle.
It would be toss up between bill gates and the government. If bill gates get it he probably will sell it in a small amount with an outrageous cost. If the government gets it the probably wouldn't tell any of us and give it top political figures. I believe the government will not change. You can chance a persons outside but not their inside. Bill gates would probably be more stuck up than he is now.
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