Would it ever be possible to remain immortal?
With fast advancements in science, and robotis coming up with means to trasfer the essence of an individual to a computer chip to generate life-like replicas of people, does immortality really seem improbable (sometime in the distant future)?
To be as a god. Immortality. Vampiric fantasy. Create something built to last. Leave an undying mark on the earth. To trap the immortal spirit inside a machine seems absurd to me, as immortality is the uber-prison cell. To see generations live and die. To watch as things change, over the aeons, into something unfamiliar and horrible. Longing for a home that is forever obsolete. Utter fantasy. Our mortality is a blessing.
I dont want to be immortal. I have never understood why characters on TV, movies, books, etc, have to be immortal. Edward Cullen is near perfect but would I want to spend eternity with him (i.e. if I were Bella)? My answer is no. I think a normal human lifetime is enough.
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by shynsly7 years ago
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by Joan Whetzel5 years ago
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by Reginald Boswell4 years ago
How does one achieve immortality?
by A Ercoli7 years ago
If you were immortal would you end up insane?
by Marco Arista5 months ago
Would you rather be immortal or know exactly when you will die?The answer might seem obvious, but the more I think about it the less certain I am!
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