Sat, Feb 27, 2010
I would favour to abandon (some) medical treatment and part of our ethical taboos about life and death... and get back to a lifetime which corresponds to our nature! According to heart beat frequency, we should get 40-45 years old on average. interestingly enough, most people I admire are younger than that! ... or they are really childish and haven't lost their ability to be creative or disruptive!
My spontaneous reaction to immortaility is therefore demonstrated in the picture below. A "pre-school gathering".... these young ladies are now in the first tier of their lives, will continue living for another 100-150 years! Defining our democracies, not contributing to creative human culture, but playing cards and watching TV. Haha! fine! You have it!
However, as you can see from my other post on
, I absolutely favour to have the great human culture, creativity, knowledge etc immortalisied, but without the humans themselves, please...
... an interesting thought by Xarene was to extend your subjective feeling of time. Even if it reminds me of these 70s scenes with drugs at rock concerts or of "Easy Rider"!... there may be some more truth in it. At least for me. No, I will never go for immortality, at least not at this stage in my life... we could discuss to "time-travel" my mind & body back to when I felt very young, and expand my experiences of when I was 15-25 years old to 100 years! YES, that would be a much better idea...