Aidan: nmemkha: #3:[upload.wikimedia.org image 300x418]Ironically my husband just watched that and told me what an AMAZING story it was... Ruined utterly by the shiatty acting/production. I think I enjoyed it more by him telling me the plot than he did watching it.
Aidan: Ironically my husband just watched that and told me what an AMAZING story it was... Ruined utterly by the shiatty acting/production. I think I enjoyed it more by him telling me the plot than he did watching it.
Kibbler: Nanotechnology will also pose a threat, as well as a boon.
USP .45: Nightsweat: We won't act until it's too latewhat happens at the too late mark?
Thunderpipes: Only immortality there is dangerous. I don't think we will become immortal, but if people live over 100 on average, the medical costs needed to keep them alive and/or healthy will be ridiculous, and age creep will kill economies. You need young people to support the old.
mcreadyblue: Immortality will never be available to the masses.It will be reserved for people that "deserve" it and politicians.Think the 99% Congressional re-election rate is bad? Wait until its 100%. Forever.
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