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    Already a P. If I knew I would never die and therefore had no deadlines, making big decisions would become so much harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by latch View Post
    If you read this, you will die.
    Can't I just forward this message to fifty people in my contact list to preempt the outcome?

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfjapanese View Post
    Can't I just forward this message to fifty people in my contact list to preempt the outcome?
    What do I look like? You own personal assassin?

    I mean, yes.
    Stand clear of the closing doors, please.

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    If all goes according to plan, and I am fantastically wealthy in the next decade, I am going to put a lot of money into research to this end. Sirt1 activation and NAD+ supplementation seems promising. Gene therapy to turn on specific genes that are known to improve regeneration, or turn off ones that are known to cause aging \ serious problems will likely help as well. Also, 3D printing organs.

    I expect death to be conquered in the next 20-30 years...at least death from "natural causes". Then, we just need to work on impenetrable skin, unbreakable bones, super muscles, regenerating brain, personal forcefields, automatic suspended animation activated by potentially mortal wounds, FTL space travel, and anti supernova \ gamma ray shields for our planet(s). Checkmate, death!

    Though, I don't expect all of this anytime soon. Just the conquering of natural death.

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    Shutup. Dumb post. Wtf is Dynamic?! Hahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dynamic View Post
    If all goes according to plan, and I am fantastically wealthy in the next decade, I am going to put a lot of money into research to this end. Sirt1 activation and NAD+ supplementation seems promising. Gene therapy to turn on specific genes that are known to improve regeneration, or turn off ones that are known to cause aging \ serious problems will likely help as well. Also, 3D printing organs.

    I expect death to be conquered in the next 20-30 years...at least death from "natural causes". Then, we just need to work on impenetrable skin, unbreakable bones, super muscles, regenerating brain, personal forcefields, automatic suspended animation activated by potentially mortal wounds, FTL space travel, and anti supernova \ gamma ray shields for our planet(s). Checkmate, death!

    Though, I don't expect all of this anytime soon. Just the conquering of natural death.
    god, at that point people would probably pay to die

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    This post has been here over 5 years. I wonder if everyone who read it is still alive.

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