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I believe we will see the 'Immortal All Knowing Human' by about the year 2035. And, this will occur in about 5 or 6 stages:


Stage 1. Immortal Technology.

We'll Cure Death in a Decade, Say the Stars of the SXSW Doc The Immortalists
By Amy Nicholson Mon, Mar 17, 2014

Immortality is a decade away, insist scientists Bill Andrews and Aubrey de Grey, the stars of the SXSW world premiere documentary The Immortalists. The two make a good advertisement: Andrews is a 61-year-old molecular biologist who runs a 100-mile marathon every month, de Grey is a trim Cambridge-educated PhD with a wife, two girlfriends and two-foot long beard. They already act like they're going to live forever, because they're certain they will.

[link to www.laweekly.com]


* (The disease called Progeria has been proven to show that aging is an illness. If the cause of Progeria can be found, then it will be possible using genetics to pause the aging process. And, eventually reverse the aging process, although that would be a more difficult task. Their estimate of the mid 2020's might be a little overly ambitious. But, i'd say it is likely by the mid 2030's.)



Stage 2. Using Nanotechnology to Cure ALL Diseases.

Nanotechnology will develop a nanomedicine technology which will be able to cure any disease and correct any physical disorder. A nanotechnology which will be able to identify and eliminate any harmful pathogen in the human body, as well as being able to treat diseases such as cancer and autoimmune disorders. This technology would drastically reduce the need for conventional drug treatments and medical interventions.

[link to community.iknowfutures.eu]


[link to en.wikipedia.org]


* (This should probably happen between the year 2030-2035.)



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* At this point you'd have humans with Immortality. The next stage after that would be humans who will probably want to know everything.


Stage 3. Digitizing every book in all of Human History.





Google and the World Brain; The story of the most ambitious project ever conceived on the Internet. In 2002 Google began to scan millions of books in an effort to create a giant global library, containing every book in existence. They had an even greater purpose - to create a higher form of intelligence, something that HG Wells had predicted in his 1937 essay "World Brain". But over half the books Google scanned were in copyright, and authors across the world launched a campaign to stop Google, which climaxed in a New York courtroom in 2011. A film about the dreams, dilemmas and dangers of the Internet.



* (This is technologically feasible right now, 2014, and was already attempted, but Copyright violations prevented it from happening. If that is the only limitation it will probably be done anyway, although in secret, or just be done on a much smaller scale with only non copyrighted works.)



Stage 4. Using what we currently call technology to implant Subliminal Messages, People would sit in front of multiple screens, and have the images of All the texts that had been digitized in Stage 3 flashing in front of them at incredibly high rates of speed:


Academics
Long-term effects of subliminal priming can affect academic performance. Participants were subliminally primed with either words related or unrelated to intelligence 1 to 4 days before actual course midterms. The participants who were primed with words related to intelligence had increased performance on their midterms compared to the participants who received neutral primes. These results suggest that subliminal priming may have long-term effects on behavior, especially academic performance. Sixty college students on a summer law course for 6 weeks received subliminal messages before 3 of their 5 lectures per week, as also before and after a brief minute counseling session. The subjects exposed to subliminal messaging achieved significantly higher grades than the others, which were consistent with other earlier studies.



Boost learning capacity
University students were split into groups and exposed to either a subliminal message or a control message immediately after class, over a period of 12 sessions of 4 millisecond duration messages. Students who had received the subliminal messages ended up performing better in their end of year exams than students who received the control message. The researchers concluded that subliminally stimulating students to feel better about themselves enabled them to learn more efficiently.



Positive effects on memory
Chakalis E, Lowe G. from Department of Psychology, University of Hull, UK. did a study to assess the effect of subliminally embedded auditory material on short-term recall, where 60 volunteer subjects undertook a face-name-occupation memory test before and after a 15-min. intervention. They were randomly assigned into three groups (a control group and two experimental groups) and allocated to one of the following conditions: (1) no sound, (2) supraliminal presentation of relaxing music, and (3) subliminal presentation of memory-improvement affirmations embedded in relaxing music. After intervention, only the subliminal group significantly improved their performance on recall of names." Borgeat et al. (1989) could show that long term effects of subliminal stimuli can still be observed on a physiological level 15 minutes after subliminal presentation.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]



* (That would be a pretty cheap substitute to reading and learning all of those books, but the amount of books makes reading all of them the traditional way virtually impossible even for a super genius. But, by doing this all of that information would be in a persons brain, even if it's only there at the subconscious level. And, Again, if you had the information all digitized from Stage 3. we could do this right now.)




Stage 5. Matrix Style - Hyper Speed Learning


* (This is being worked on right now, 2014, but there are never any dates given on when it might be feasible. If this becomes a reality, Then, it would make Stage 4 largely unnecessary.)


Scientists say they're getting closer to Matrix-style instant learning

New research published today in the journal Science suggests it may be possible to use brain technology to learn to play a piano, reduce mental stress or hit a curve ball with little or no conscious effort. It's the kind of thing seen in Hollywood's "Matrix" franchise.


[link to io9.com]


* (Again, the eventual goal being to gain the sum total of all human knowledge, that had been digitized in Stage 3.)

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Stage 6. Neuro-Enhancement

After the above Stages 1. - 5. Had been successfully accomplished we would probably see a lot more interest in radically enhancing human intelligence. Enhancing the natural Intelligence of the Brain, not by implanting computer chips. At this point, 2014, there is hardly any serious interest or real work being done on it though.


“Limitless” a possible scenario for neuro-enhancement

Fiction can help promoting the dialogue about neuro-enhancement and related technologies. The movie “Limitless” is an example of how the silver screen can drive thousands of people to take a stand on the question of neuro-enhancement.


[link to www.nerri.eu]





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Stages 1. - 5. Should be achieved by the mid 2030's. Stage 6. Is impossible to even take a guess at with no work really being done on it.


But, we should see the 'Immortal All Knowing Human' by the mid to late 2030's.
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Interesting, but i hardly doubt this stuff will be made mainstream for another hundred years. We can't just have superhumans frolicking around every where can we? Or can we?
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first off none of this curing death shit is possible. but lets humor ourselves, if it was, great you stop aging and death. ok so now the population spikes to 50 billion in 5 years....youre fucked. oh but wait, we'll make child bearing laws restricting everyone to one child just like communist china, oh wait, wed still be fucked. oh ok we'll ban having kids altogether, problem solved. now were a species of 7 billion immortals with a planet of limited resources and tyrranical control mechanisms...great. do you not see the never ending line of fuck ups and problems that arise. this isnt meant to happen. eventually we'll destroy ourselves trying to play God
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Interesting, but i hardly doubt this stuff will be made mainstream for another hundred years. We can't just have superhumans frolicking around every where can we? Or can we?
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If nothing changes culturally or economically in the next 15 or 20 years I think it will be a class thing. The elites will have all of this stuff. And, be immortal, super healthy, super geniuses, and the lower classes will mortgage their houses and go into huge amounts of debt to get access to any of this. And, the people who dont have access to it would be seen like a homeless person is now.


But, there could be some big social and economic changes over the next 10 or 15 years.
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Interesting, but i hardly doubt this stuff will be made mainstream for another hundred years. We can't just have superhumans frolicking around every where can we? Or can we?
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If nothing changes culturally or economically in the next 15 or 20 years I think it will be a class thing. The elites will have all of this stuff. And, be immortal, super healthy, super geniuses, and the lower classes will mortgage their houses and go into huge amounts of debt to get access to any of this. And, the people who dont have access to it would be seen like a homeless person is now.


But, there could be some big social and economic changes over the next 10 or 15 years.
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I think number 5 is possible right now, perhaps through hypnosis and induction technology.
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Interesting, but i hardly doubt this stuff will be made mainstream for another hundred years. We can't just have superhumans frolicking around every where can we? Or can we?
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If nothing changes culturally or economically in the next 15 or 20 years I think it will be a class thing. The elites will have all of this stuff. And, be immortal, super healthy, super geniuses, and the lower classes will mortgage their houses and go into huge amounts of debt to get access to any of this. And, the people who dont have access to it would be seen like a homeless person is now.


But, there could be some big social and economic changes over the next 10 or 15 years.
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I think you're right. Like Brave New World, we'll have a world consisting of Alphas, who live more or less forever, down to Epsilons, the moronic working beast/men. They'd have to make most of the population sterile too to control numbers. Then there'll be a cataclysmic disaster and we all go back to square one - as we have done before - time and again.
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so dramatic,

I dont know about you, but everyone I know doesnt want to get married or have kids right now.

If you knew you had a potential life span of a thousand years would you really be in a big hurry to go have a kid that would also have a life span of a thousand years. If anything this will make people put off things like having kids.

The population is starting to go down in most of the first world, at a very high speed in places like Japan. And, it is starting to level off in most of the third world.


Did you know just in our own galaxy there Trillions of planets, and there are probably over 10 billion Earth like planets. That means if you took one human from earth, and put them on each one of those you'd still have billions of earth like planets left over, and that's just in our own galaxy.

If we are going to explore the Universe it is going to take a Long Time, and a lot of people.

first off none of this curing death shit is possible. but lets humor ourselves, if it was, great you stop aging and death. ok so now the population spikes to 50 billion in 5 years....youre fucked. oh but wait, we'll make child bearing laws restricting everyone to one child just like communist china, oh wait, wed still be fucked. oh ok we'll ban having kids altogether, problem solved. now were a species of 7 billion immortals with a planet of limited resources and tyrranical control mechanisms...great. do you not see the never ending line of fuck ups and problems that arise. this isnt meant to happen. eventually we'll destroy ourselves trying to play God
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"Stage 1. Immortal Technology."
WRONG !

"Stage 2. bla bla to Cure ALL Diseases."
WRONG !



how come you so disconnected from this ugly reality?

Your post might have caught a few flies on a science magazine for kids, not here
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so dramatic,

I dont know about you, but everyone I know doesnt want to get married or have kids right now.

If you knew you had a potential life span of a thousand years would you really be in a big hurry to go have a kid that would also have a life span of a thousand years. If anything this will make people put off things like having kids.

The population is starting to go down in most of the first world, at a very high speed in places like Japan. And, it is starting to level off in most of the third world.


Did you know just in our own galaxy there Trillions of planets, and there are probably over 10 billion Earth like planets. That means if you took one human from earth, and put them on each one of those you'd still have billions of earth like planets left over, and that's just in our own galaxy.

If we are going to explore the Universe it is going to take a Long Time, and a lot of people.

first off none of this curing death shit is possible. but lets humor ourselves, if it was, great you stop aging and death. ok so now the population spikes to 50 billion in 5 years....youre fucked. oh but wait, we'll make child bearing laws restricting everyone to one child just like communist china, oh wait, wed still be fucked. oh ok we'll ban having kids altogether, problem solved. now were a species of 7 billion immortals with a planet of limited resources and tyrranical control mechanisms...great. do you not see the never ending line of fuck ups and problems that arise. this isnt meant to happen. eventually we'll destroy ourselves trying to play God
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except no planet weve ever observed has been habitable and we have absolutely no means of getting there. you make space travel sound so simple. its impossible
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Interesting, but i hardly doubt this stuff will be made mainstream for another hundred years. We can't just have superhumans frolicking around every where can we? Or can we?
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If nothing changes culturally or economically in the next 15 or 20 years I think it will be a class thing. The elites will have all of this stuff. And, be immortal, super healthy, super geniuses, and the lower classes will mortgage their houses and go into huge amounts of debt to get access to any of this. And, the people who dont have access to it would be seen like a homeless person is now.


But, there could be some big social and economic changes over the next 10 or 15 years.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50585702


I think you're right. Like Brave New World, we'll have a world consisting of Alphas, who live more or less forever, down to Epsilons, the moronic working beast/men. They'd have to make most of the population sterile too to control numbers. Then there'll be a cataclysmic disaster and we all go back to square one - as we have done before - time and again.
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The problem that books like that didnt envision. We are only about 10 years from having robots that can do about 90% of the jobs. At which point you really dont need moronic worker bees. This was the radical social change i was hinting at.

As to a mega disaster that rolls us back 10,000-50,000 years, well it is possible, but if we settle the moon and Mars before that happens it would become highly unlikely.
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so dramatic,

I dont know about you, but everyone I know doesnt want to get married or have kids right now.

If you knew you had a potential life span of a thousand years would you really be in a big hurry to go have a kid that would also have a life span of a thousand years. If anything this will make people put off things like having kids.

The population is starting to go down in most of the first world, at a very high speed in places like Japan. And, it is starting to level off in most of the third world.


Did you know just in our own galaxy there Trillions of planets, and there are probably over 10 billion Earth like planets. That means if you took one human from earth, and put them on each one of those you'd still have billions of earth like planets left over, and that's just in our own galaxy.

If we are going to explore the Universe it is going to take a Long Time, and a lot of people.

first off none of this curing death shit is possible. but lets humor ourselves, if it was, great you stop aging and death. ok so now the population spikes to 50 billion in 5 years....youre fucked. oh but wait, we'll make child bearing laws restricting everyone to one child just like communist china, oh wait, wed still be fucked. oh ok we'll ban having kids altogether, problem solved. now were a species of 7 billion immortals with a planet of limited resources and tyrranical control mechanisms...great. do you not see the never ending line of fuck ups and problems that arise. this isnt meant to happen. eventually we'll destroy ourselves trying to play God
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except no planet weve ever observed has been habitable and we have absolutely no means of getting there. you make space travel sound so simple. its impossible
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We just started looking,

and faster than light flight is doable by 2050 with a lot of effort, or by 2100 if we just dragged our feet with it,
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so dramatic,

I dont know about you, but everyone I know doesnt want to get married or have kids right now.

If you knew you had a potential life span of a thousand years would you really be in a big hurry to go have a kid that would also have a life span of a thousand years. If anything this will make people put off things like having kids.

The population is starting to go down in most of the first world, at a very high speed in places like Japan. And, it is starting to level off in most of the third world.


Did you know just in our own galaxy there Trillions of planets, and there are probably over 10 billion Earth like planets. That means if you took one human from earth, and put them on each one of those you'd still have billions of earth like planets left over, and that's just in our own galaxy.

If we are going to explore the Universe it is going to take a Long Time, and a lot of people.

first off none of this curing death shit is possible. but lets humor ourselves, if it was, great you stop aging and death. ok so now the population spikes to 50 billion in 5 years....youre fucked. oh but wait, we'll make child bearing laws restricting everyone to one child just like communist china, oh wait, wed still be fucked. oh ok we'll ban having kids altogether, problem solved. now were a species of 7 billion immortals with a planet of limited resources and tyrranical control mechanisms...great. do you not see the never ending line of fuck ups and problems that arise. this isnt meant to happen. eventually we'll destroy ourselves trying to play God
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except no planet weve ever observed has been habitable and we have absolutely no means of getting there. you make space travel sound so simple. its impossible
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We just started looking,

and faster than light flight is doable by 2050 with a lot of effort, or by 2100 if we just dragged our feet with it,
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lol youre fuckin dreaming. theres zero evidence anything is faster than light. even if it was, ok you got a ship that can travel at or faster than light, it would still take hundreds of thousands of years to reach any earth like planet outside the solar system. theres a lot of debris in space. what happens when you run into a golfball sized spacerock at lightspeed? your ship becomes space dust. how would the body handle that speed? if everyones cryogenically frozen to survive the trip, who wakes everyone up? what if theres a malfunction? how do you store enough sustinence on board for thousands of years? the problems go on and on and on. not possible. and sorry but the current planetary, social and economic issues will put an end to even the slightest hint of a possibility of any exploration of any of those ideas
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so dramatic,

I dont know about you, but everyone I know doesnt want to get married or have kids right now.

If you knew you had a potential life span of a thousand years would you really be in a big hurry to go have a kid that would also have a life span of a thousand years. If anything this will make people put off things like having kids.

The population is starting to go down in most of the first world, at a very high speed in places like Japan. And, it is starting to level off in most of the third world.


Did you know just in our own galaxy there Trillions of planets, and there are probably over 10 billion Earth like planets. That means if you took one human from earth, and put them on each one of those you'd still have billions of earth like planets left over, and that's just in our own galaxy.

If we are going to explore the Universe it is going to take a Long Time, and a lot of people.

...

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except no planet weve ever observed has been habitable and we have absolutely no means of getting there. you make space travel sound so simple. its impossible
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We just started looking,

and faster than light flight is doable by 2050 with a lot of effort, or by 2100 if we just dragged our feet with it,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50585702


lol youre fuckin dreaming. theres zero evidence anything is faster than light. even if it was, ok you got a ship that can travel at or faster than light, it would still take hundreds of thousands of years to reach any earth like planet outside the solar system. theres a lot of debris in space. what happens when you run into a golfball sized spacerock at lightspeed? your ship becomes space dust. how would the body handle that speed? if everyones cryogenically frozen to survive the trip, who wakes everyone up? what if theres a malfunction? how do you store enough sustinence on board for thousands of years? the problems go on and on and on. not possible. and sorry but the current planetary, social and economic issues will put an end to even the slightest hint of a possibility of any exploration of any of those ideas
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haha people with your mindset never get shit done. Of course there obstacles, People like you see these obstacles and accept them. People who want to succeed never quit even in there darkest hour. No, I can't say how we could circumvent any of these problems because I'm not a genius nor am I a scientist, But I can say there's a world of infinite discovery out there, and someone's going to find a discovery out there that'll prove yet again that you're wrong like so many have done in the past.

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2035????


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so dramatic,

I dont know about you, but everyone I know doesnt want to get married or have kids right now.

If you knew you had a potential life span of a thousand years would you really be in a big hurry to go have a kid that would also have a life span of a thousand years. If anything this will make people put off things like having kids.

The population is starting to go down in most of the first world, at a very high speed in places like Japan. And, it is starting to level off in most of the third world.


Did you know just in our own galaxy there Trillions of planets, and there are probably over 10 billion Earth like planets. That means if you took one human from earth, and put them on each one of those you'd still have billions of earth like planets left over, and that's just in our own galaxy.

If we are going to explore the Universe it is going to take a Long Time, and a lot of people.

...

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50585702


except no planet weve ever observed has been habitable and we have absolutely no means of getting there. you make space travel sound so simple. its impossible
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1880593



We just started looking,

and faster than light flight is doable by 2050 with a lot of effort, or by 2100 if we just dragged our feet with it,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50585702


lol youre fuckin dreaming. theres zero evidence anything is faster than light. even if it was, ok you got a ship that can travel at or faster than light, it would still take hundreds of thousands of years to reach any earth like planet outside the solar system. theres a lot of debris in space. what happens when you run into a golfball sized spacerock at lightspeed? your ship becomes space dust. how would the body handle that speed? if everyones cryogenically frozen to survive the trip, who wakes everyone up? what if theres a malfunction? how do you store enough sustinence on board for thousands of years? the problems go on and on and on. not possible. and sorry but the current planetary, social and economic issues will put an end to even the slightest hint of a possibility of any exploration of any of those ideas
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it's already being worked on on a small scale by a bunch of different government agencies.

DARPA for one, NASA, and a bunch of government labs are working on it.


[link to 100yss.org]


It's doable by 2050 with a lot of effort. With no real effort it will be doable by 2100 with off the shelf technology of that time.
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2035????


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Not really. Depends on who's helping with the input. Don't you find it strange that we're on the internet and flying stealth bombers, when a mere 100 years ago we were driving a horse and cart?
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except no planet weve ever observed has been habitable and we have absolutely no means of getting there. you make space travel sound so simple. its impossible
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We just started looking,

and faster than light flight is doable by 2050 with a lot of effort, or by 2100 if we just dragged our feet with it,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50585702


lol youre fuckin dreaming. theres zero evidence anything is faster than light. even if it was, ok you got a ship that can travel at or faster than light, it would still take hundreds of thousands of years to reach any earth like planet outside the solar system. theres a lot of debris in space. what happens when you run into a golfball sized spacerock at lightspeed? your ship becomes space dust. how would the body handle that speed? if everyones cryogenically frozen to survive the trip, who wakes everyone up? what if theres a malfunction? how do you store enough sustinence on board for thousands of years? the problems go on and on and on. not possible. and sorry but the current planetary, social and economic issues will put an end to even the slightest hint of a possibility of any exploration of any of those ideas
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haha people with your mindset never get shit done. Of course there obstacles, People like you see these obstacles and accept them. People who want to succeed never quit even in there darkest hour. No, I can't say how we could circumvent any of these problems because I'm not a genius nor am I a scientist, But I can say there's a world of infinite discovery out there, and someone's going to find a discovery out there that'll prove yet again that you're wrong like so many have done in the past.

Healthy minds recognize their limitations but Great minds surpass them.
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clappa

There is no limitations in infinite reality.hf
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How Close Are Humans to Immortality?

Added by Andres Loubriel on July 14, 2014.


The question How close are humans to immortality? has been studied at great lengths by different scientists in different fields. However a consensus has been achieved by a specific community of these observers on the answer to the question. Scientist Ray Kurzweil and his followers all agree that humans are about 20-25 years away from being able to live as long as they wish.

Yet what will enable the inhabitants of earth to do so? Kurzweil, a notable predictor of the milestones humanity achieved, believes that the key to immortality is nanotechnology. He thinks that given the trend of computers becoming smaller and more efficient, people will be able to have nanobots circulating in their veins, cleaning and providing perpetual maintenance. He also hypothesizes that robots will replace our organs when they fail. These advances would mean that so long as the robots are powered and working well, they will keep their humans alive and kicking.


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I've already discovered how to completely reverse aging, and just as aging requires no technology, neither does age-reversing.
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2035????


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Not really. Depends on who's helping with the input. Don't you find it strange that we're on the internet and flying stealth bombers, when a mere 100 years ago we were driving a horse and cart?
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Not really, unfortunately.


Given the other inventions mankind has beheld.


Er, uh. The 'Lilum', I'd suppose; yes, truly.


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LMAO. Humans with such delusions really do deserve their eradication.
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Only scared little kids wish to live forever. Kids like Aubrey De Grey and Raymond Kurzweil.
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LMAO. Humans with such delusions really do deserve their eradication.
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Mmmmm.
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So if this google brain turns out to be god, does that mean god is bankrupt from all the copyright infringements?
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I'd love to be like Khan in Star Trek Into Darkness.
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so dramatic,

I dont know about you, but everyone I know doesnt want to get married or have kids right now.

If you knew you had a potential life span of a thousand years would you really be in a big hurry to go have a kid that would also have a life span of a thousand years. If anything this will make people put off things like having kids.

The population is starting to go down in most of the first world, at a very high speed in places like Japan. And, it is starting to level off in most of the third world.


Did you know just in our own galaxy there Trillions of planets, and there are probably over 10 billion Earth like planets. That means if you took one human from earth, and put them on each one of those you'd still have billions of earth like planets left over, and that's just in our own galaxy.

If we are going to explore the Universe it is going to take a Long Time, and a lot of people.

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except no planet weve ever observed has been habitable and we have absolutely no means of getting there. you make space travel sound so simple. its impossible
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We just started looking,

and faster than light flight is doable by 2050 with a lot of effort, or by 2100 if we just dragged our feet with it,
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lol youre fuckin dreaming. theres zero evidence anything is faster than light. even if it was, ok you got a ship that can travel at or faster than light, it would still take hundreds of thousands of years to reach any earth like planet outside the solar system. theres a lot of debris in space. what happens when you run into a golfball sized spacerock at lightspeed? your ship becomes space dust. how would the body handle that speed? if everyones cryogenically frozen to survive the trip, who wakes everyone up? what if theres a malfunction? how do you store enough sustinence on board for thousands of years? the problems go on and on and on. not possible. and sorry but the current planetary, social and economic issues will put an end to even the slightest hint of a possibility of any exploration of any of those ideas
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Ever heard of wormhole? you'll travel faster than light in the universe.
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You bet….
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i hope Dr. Aubrey De Gray is right, or at least close to right. I have watched many of his videos and read a lot about the work he does. all of humanity is lucky we have people like de gray working on the problem of death. while i may experience some benefits of life extension in my older years i unfortunately don't think we will see human immortality in MY life time. my childrens? yes. most certainly. honestly i'll be happy with an extra 10 healthy years.
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not happening.

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