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The Pursuit Of Technological Immortality


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I wouldn't mind living about 1000 years. It'd give me just about enough time to get my shit together.

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I wouldn't mind living about 1000 years. It'd give me just about enough time to get my shit together.

 

 

ditto legion!

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As much as I'd like to live that long, I'd only do it if my closest loved ones and friends could as well. A thousand years of watching everyone you know and love dying while you live on just sounds like a living hell.

 

But if they did live longer--knowing my friends--they'd be responsible for creating the thousand-year D&D game. :woohoo:

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As much as I'd like to live that long, I'd only do it if my closest loved ones and friends could as well. A thousand years of watching everyone you know and love dying while you live on just sounds like a living hell.

 

Eh, just get remarried once every 40 years or so. You can be playing pickup games of football with your sons and your great-great-great-great-great grandsons all at the same time!

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My preferential lifespan would be a decent two thousand years. No reason other than that I'd get to travel the universe! :D

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I myself don't want to live much longer than my alloted time, but if I had my mind integrated into a system and could share that time with someone I adore--someone I could have intellectual conversations with--it would be a tolerable fantasy.

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