10 Ways Technology Could Promise You An Eternal Life
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10 Ways Technology Could Promise You An Eternal Life

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 28 September 2012, 13:08 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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Bangalore: The immortality is something which humans always wanted; Ages ago, to present, and may be in ages ahead too. This idea took many routes through human psyche- possibility of achieving it by religious and spiritual means, or by science. While religions offered immortality through salvation, or life after death, science offered it through fictions and research. One cannot help but wonder about Egyptian rituals, pyramids, which were assumed to bring immortality to its emperors.



The movie ‘Frankenstein’ was quite a rage with its zombie stuff, a bio –scientific life and recent Tom Cruz movie ‘Vanilla Sky’ is about providing possibility for a person to live in next era, while the present one is resentful.



Some of scientists, futurists, and philosophers, have theorized that the immortality can be a reality in first few decade of 21st century while others say it is a achievable goal in short term. Aubrey de Grey, a researcher who has developed a series of biomedical rejuvenation strategies to reverse human aging (called SENS), believes that his proposed plan for ending aging may be implementable in two or three decades. The absence of aging would provide humans with biological immortality, but not invulnerability to death by physical trauma.



While thinking about age of 100 and beyond can fill us with amazement, read on to get amazed more.



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1: The article linked sci-fi to future...
Posted by:shashi - 28 Sep, 2012