Why Age? Should We End Aging Forever?

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    Why Age? Should We Try To End Aging and Live Forever?

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{Eliteified}
{Eliteified}

In our and your generation. We should not try stop it, we should try delay it for now. If we delay it then that means we will be a step closer to making us stop ageing, that means when we do stop ageing then we would already have delayed it so we will be alive WHEN they manage to stop it!

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W.D. Gaster
W.D. Gaster

We shouldn’t live longer than 1000 years, since your brain can only handle up to 1000 years.

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Laura Griffiths
Laura Griffiths

For ever

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enzotec
enzotec

Xjcjcigi

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Patricia Brun
Patricia Brun

@Ankit Singh Dying means that your body stops functioning. Why? You get an accident, disease, the list is long. Or you simply get old enough as to be worn out. The rest, depends on your believe.

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Jesse A
Jesse A

In the near future it could be possible to not be able to medically die so you can technically live for as long as possible.

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Quinn Smith
Quinn Smith

Yes, rejuvenation biotechnologies will allow the elderly to become perfectly healthy, which will lead to people having indefinite lifespans as a side effect of staying perfectly health.

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madara senpai
madara senpai

i am soo much feared of death i dont wanna die

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Quinn Smith
Quinn Smith

Rejuvenation research is the area of scientific research in which underlying damages that build up and lead to medical conditions (such as most cancers, Alzheimer's, dementia, ect.) are explored in order to create medical therapies (called "rejuvenation biotechnologies"); after the rejuvenation biotechnologies are developed, the elderly will become perfectly healthy, which will, as a side effect of staying perfectly healthy, lead to indefinite lifespans (this is called "longevity escape velocity."); Aubrey de Grey from the SENS Research Foundation thinks there's a 50/50 chance of people reaching longevity escape velocity by the year 2036. There's also cryonics, which is a medical experiment that has all of the evidence in the literature supporting its feasibility, so it's realistic to think that people who are cryopreserved under the best current conditions will likely be revived in the future. Technology is all about overcoming nature; all medical conditions will become curable, all accidents will be prevented, people will become more physically durable, ect., so all of the problems that cause death will be cured in the future.

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black man
black man

I rather to die. aging forever make you lose what you love. find the new love in afterlife

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Yama mama
Yama mama

If we dont die, what do we have to live for?

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Maia Cindy
Maia Cindy

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Neri
Neri

I think it'd be selfish. Maybe extend it to 120, MAX. Future lives need a chance to change humanity for the better. humans are too stuck with cultural/temporal frameworks. Great perspectives on priority shifts based on a longer lifespan. Maybe 200.

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Amy Parsons
Amy Parsons

80

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Noâm favier
Noâm favier

i would like to die when we will cohabite with alien life and i'm not sure if i want to die yet, maybe when the universe die, i will considere this option

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leo stgeorge
leo stgeorge

The world can not handle the current birth/death rate. If people lived longer the over population problem would just amplify. Medicine has already created a huge problem where it is no longer the survival of the fittest. Any and all weak links survive these days.

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cameron and dashon studios street
cameron and dashon studios street

Can I tell me how to stop aging

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Mark zabelis
Mark zabelis

We stop biological age we would have big trouble with overpopulation

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Mikhaeel
Mikhaeel

I would love to live to live for a few hundred years to see what humanity is capable of. I cannot begin to imagine how many of our current issues will be solved by 2100, let alone 2200

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Scott Matheson
Scott Matheson

Immortality would be a social/political disaster, leaving the world perpetually under the thumb of ossified, morally backwards old people who would have died off in the natural course of things to leave the world to younger generations who instead would never have the opportunity to shape their own societies. Imagine the boomers living forever and determining forever who wins elections.

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शुभम राठोड
शुभम राठोड

महर्षि वाघाभट्ट /maharishi wagbhatt lived 150 yrs he had mastered human body science he has written a many books to spread his knowledge - Ayurveda is much advance than these modern science / doctors etc Books 📚 -Shusruth samitha, astang hridayam,etc

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Ineptias Bais
Ineptias Bais

No

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Alaskan Malamute
Alaskan Malamute

If we lived forever the planet will be even more overpopulated

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Quinn Smith
Quinn Smith

Overpopulation will never be a problem.

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Bethany Mitchell
Bethany Mitchell

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Teo Anh Trinh
Teo Anh Trinh

So fucking hard to listen this video because narrator speak so weird

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Nahid noor
Nahid noor

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Ikereviews
Ikereviews

Saiyans figured out the whole aging thing

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Emma Hix
Emma Hix

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THE ZAN
THE ZAN

Kurzegsagt: 50K years ago Subtitle: 40K years ago

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Astolfo
Astolfo

it would be a bad idea because what if the universe ended you would witness it. and would feel the cold area of space killing you

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Bi Nhan
Bi Nhan

Whatever it is , my life suck and i wanna die anytime now

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Ganesh Towar
Ganesh Towar

What to live immortal

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Ganesh Towar
Ganesh Towar

@Quinn Smith believe me, I don't understand what are you saying but I wish I live immortal

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Quinn Smith
Quinn Smith

Cryonics exists today for critically ill people who are unfortunately unable to wait until better medicine is developed, and when cryopreservation is done under the best current conditions, I think the cryopreserved patients will be revived in the future.

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Ganesh Towar
Ganesh Towar

@Quinn Smith fuck it's too late we need it soon

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Quinn Smith
Quinn Smith

Yes, I think the rejuvenation biotechnologies required to become perfectly healthy and live indefinitely will arrive in the 2030's.

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Ganesh Towar
Ganesh Towar

@Quinn Smith you are too intelligent tell me if it would be possible in next 50 years or not I will pay for it

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Luis Mendoza
Luis Mendoza

This ideas are flawed, the BEST technique to extend life is: by a brain transplant to a young clone of ourselves, a clone grown to adult size via genetic gigantism gene editing. And by fusing the new brain to the body via a 3D printed stem cells to connect the nerve system

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White Darkne22
White Darkne22

Living is the process of dying, we want living to be the process of not dying

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Glenn Brown
Glenn Brown

It's my Birthday today. Maybe if we end birthdays we won't get any older 🙂

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Lazors [GD]
Lazors [GD]

Lemme leave an infamous line here from a very popular anime, Demon Slayer... "Growing old and dying, it is the beauty of the fleeting human. Because they grow old, because they die... they are lovable and precious." -Kyojuro Rengoku Think of this. If a resource is infinite, its cost would of course go down. Compare that to our lives... If we just won't die, we will lose our value. Someone might say, "why would he/she need love,care and attention if he/she wouldn't die? Like for what is it anyway?"

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Nouwar Nakhli
Nouwar Nakhli

humans didn't solve their poverty all around many countries, a small virus threatend our economy. We should solve the problem of how to feed earth population which are mortal before thinking of being immortal or at least live for long time, just imagine the world full people who are starving, is that what we wish for ? we should have learned from history, that we have to live in balance with the environment, if we failed to do so, the process of natural selection will kick us out and continue without looking back, if you think that being immortal should be right for humans, imagine every other creature thinking the same way, it will be a disaster. death is part of life if you see life as ongoing process from 3.7 billion years.

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6Distrov9
6Distrov9

wrong info : Humans survived for very long thousand years before as now humans die very early.

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6Distrov9
6Distrov9

@Quinn Smith That's what I'm trying to say vise versa.

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Quinn Smith
Quinn Smith

That's nonsense. There is no actual evidence supporting that.

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blu blu
blu blu

I don't want to die later than my sixties. Not that I don't want to become and be old, but that the world we are leaving for the future is getting worse and worse every day. There are too many people alive already, I don't want to be living in that world.

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Deni Kavalci
Deni Kavalci

I would not like that, one day, you become bored of your life. It would be soo boring to life eternally!!!

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MEME FLIX
MEME FLIX

IF I DIE I WANT TO DIE BEFORE MY PARENTS DIE !!

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Tyler Helton
Tyler Helton

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#historyiscool
#historyiscool

I fully support the cure to aging

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Josiah Omoruyi
Josiah Omoruyi

Can you make a part 2 already

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ÉLØC
ÉLØC

Just inject baby’s blood or teen blood. Fuck them teens, they don’t need their blood anyway.

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Ex Nolimit
Ex Nolimit

Guys I don’t wnana die

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Quinn Smith
Quinn Smith

Rejuvenation research is the area of scientific research in which underlying damages that build up and lead to medical conditions (such as most cancers, Alzheimer's, dementia, ect.) are explored in order to create medical therapies (called "rejuvenation biotechnologies"); after the rejuvenation biotechnologies are developed, the elderly will become perfectly healthy, which will, as a side effect of staying perfectly healthy, lead to indefinite lifespans (this is called "longevity escape velocity."); Aubrey de Grey from the SENS Research Foundation thinks there's a 50/50 chance of people reaching longevity escape velocity by the year 2036. There's also cryonics, which is a medical experiment that has all of the evidence in the literature supporting its feasibility, so it's realistic to think that people who are cryopreserved under the best current conditions will likely be revived in the future. Technology is all about overcoming nature; all medical conditions will become curable, all accidents will be prevented, people will become more physically durable, ect., so all of the problems that cause death will be cured.

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Sal Prive
Sal Prive

What if we could clone our body and also our memory with it? That's like living forever.

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erika flores
erika flores

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Eur Shut Up
Eur Shut Up

Now I just want me to died the same time as my mom

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Sans Sheriff
Sans Sheriff

Once we dealt with our resource abuse problem, a longer lifespan could help people see things in a more long term perspective, and hopefully be more respectful to the planet we need to live on. It's one thing to abuse the planet for 80 years and then die, it's another to have to live with the consequences for another 200 years.

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Sans Sheriff
Sans Sheriff

I think the biggest problem with increased lifespan, is that it compounds our overpopulation and resource abuse problem we already fail to address. At some amount of population we must halve our birthrate if we want to live twice as long with the same amount of resources available. I don't think we can restrain ourselves enough for this to work out positively any time soon. Increased healthspan without much increased lifespan however, I am all for.

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Aljen Llonor
Aljen Llonor

i wanna be a cyborg

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Teresa Daly
Teresa Daly

Death shouldn't be seen as a natural process like war it should be seen as something we should try to stop.

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Sans Sheriff
Sans Sheriff

@Quinn Smith You are right ofcourse. With better technology comes a higher population cap. It would be more accurate to say overpopulation in regards to the technological and social capabilities at this time. Each advance in resource efficiency, will only increase the maximum population cap, not completely remove it. Currently we haven't done enough to not run out of resources, and have definitely not spread the more efficient tech around the globe enough. As long as we don't go into space, we have a finite amount of resources to use.

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Quinn Smith
Quinn Smith

@Sans Sheriff Climate change will be solved by renewable energy, greener desalination, lab-grown meat, ect., overpopulation isn't a problem, and advanced technologies increase the amount of resources.

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Quinn Smith
Quinn Smith

Rejuvenation research is the area of scientific research in which underlying damages that build up and lead to medical conditions (such as most cancers, Alzheimer's, dementia, ect.) are explored in order to create medical therapies (called "rejuvenation biotechnologies"); after the rejuvenation biotechnologies are developed, the elderly will become perfectly healthy, which will, as a side effect of staying perfectly healthy, lead to indefinite lifespans (this is called "longevity escape velocity."); Aubrey de Grey from the SENS Research Foundation thinks there's a 50/50 chance of people reaching longevity escape velocity by the year 2036. There's also cryonics, which is a medical experiment that has all of the evidence in the literature supporting its feasibility, so it's realistic to think that people who are cryopreserved under the best current conditions will likely be revived in the future. Technology is all about overcoming nature; all medical conditions will become curable, all accidents will be prevented, people will become more physically durable, ect., so all of the problems that cause death will be cured.

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Sans Sheriff
Sans Sheriff

Not before we solved climate change, over population and over abuse of resources though.

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Swastikayan Ghosh
Swastikayan Ghosh

I sometimes belive that we humans do not create such technology from which we can control the movement of a ball

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Swastikayan Ghosh
Swastikayan Ghosh

Humans have capable to do what we can't even imagine it as like the size of a universe

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JTI Animations
JTI Animations

What do you mean? Humans have limits, we might be able to raise those limits but the're still there, we can't live forever, but maybe for a longer time. It won't be infinite but maybe it'll be enough.

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Swastikayan Ghosh
Swastikayan Ghosh

But we humans can create such technologies that we can make humans live more than 150 years

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itsmealberto
itsmealberto

The only reason i want to live forever with my dad is because i dont want him to die beside me, i will always be alone without him. And i will not remember him anymore if i am born again.

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Rosemary Simpson
Rosemary Simpson

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Errorcodepurple
Errorcodepurple

I would want to live for about 1 million years so that I could explore space.

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J Man
J Man

I would want to live as long as possible.

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Ispeakhilarious
Ispeakhilarious

I don't fear death have lived half of life and I am almost 30 now, it is a good cycle for humanities existence.

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Matthew Scott
Matthew Scott

*“How long would you want to live?”* I once worked as a bank teller & a regular customer of mine was a man in his 80’s. While I was processing his transaction he said, *“Never get old son. Everybody you know & love dies.”* And it was just about the saddest thing I’d ever heard. I don’t think I’d want to live to be so old that I’d be all alone. Yes its amazing to see people who live into their 100’s but then take into account they’ve lost their parents, all their siblings, many beloved animals, all their friends, their husband or their wife & often by that age most if not all of their children. That’s too much pain for one lifetime. Now what if everybody in general lived longer? That’s another matter entirely.

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1richbish
1richbish

@Brian Lam I think people are reproducing less because people's desires have changed from those of 10-20-30 years ago. There's more to do (for the average person, now) with your time on this planet than there was back then... Also the majority of people can't afford 3 to raise kids 😜

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Brian Lam
Brian Lam

@1richbish This means that our society in the future will be a small group of immortals rather than an overpopulated mess.

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Brian Lam
Brian Lam

@1richbish Reproduction rates are declining with infant survival. For example Spain is dying faster than it is making new babies, Japan is currently really old in comparison to everyone else, and the US birthrate has declined from 3.4 children a mother to 1.

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1richbish
1richbish

Thought provoking. I don't want to be old... Unable to do things... But I do enjoy the collection of knowledge and ideas that I've ammased so far... I'd like to be able to continue to do so... I'm not sure how you'd ever decide you'd had enough? Also... There would surely need to be a limit on reproduction... We'd run out of room/resources very quickly...?

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Neil Emminger
Neil Emminger

That's the issue, when you ask most people the question their mind's immediately jump to some anime or science fiction show where the protagonist was tortured for eternity through some Faustian bargain version of immortality. What we're talking about is a version of immortality with all of the upsides and none of the downsides. It's not even true immortality, accidents will still happen.

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George George
George George

Quality over Quantity...why to have 30 billion people on Earth struggling with Earths capacity and resources when we can have 10billion superhumans instead. The longer our healthy lifespan is the higher our value to the human project/experiment is!

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George George
George George

I think 20% of all human resources should be aimed at solving this issue.

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Sans Sheriff
Sans Sheriff

lets solve overly abusing the planet first, before overpopulating it with an undying breed of humans. We would destroy our habitat like a locust swarm otherwise.

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George George
George George

leave the question of how long do I want to live to me. First give me the option to live healthy youtful life forever and the we'll see where it goes from there. All this dumb discussions about 'who wants to live forever and why' are moronic. It's like traveling back 5milion years and asking our ancestors if they prefer to swap 20 years of a hunted plagued hunter gatherer existence for 113 years in Niigata, Japan in 2021. Nevermind the lagnuage barier, those concepts would be completely alien to that humanoid, even the brightest of them all would not get it. So leading this BIIIG but pointless discussion of us today of the implication of being able to live strong until you are 500 is absurd! Should be avoided whenever posible!

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김혜진
김혜진

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nathan mason
nathan mason

The systems slow down due to mutation mostly, if you stop the cells from mutating slowing or ending the mutation of the cells then your repair systems never slow and you don't wear down

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Sam Last Names: No one knows
Sam Last Names: No one knows

Until the I am the last human and there are no more domesticated animals, is how long I want to spend in youth.

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Kenzie Animation
Kenzie Animation

YOU KNOW CGP GREY

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Dretch
Dretch

Thank you for making this video. While researching a completely different topic I accidentally discovered the recipe for the Elixir of Life. Its really expensive to make, and I haven't made it yet, but I am working towards it. The thing is, the bigger question has arisen and that is precisely the topic of this video, should I release it to the world? Would it be the right thing to do? Or keep it for myself and my followers. I haven't decided yet.

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frankie santana
frankie santana

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Maxim Koneva
Maxim Koneva

I want to live 69420 years

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CherlynCherlyn LevieLevie
CherlynCherlyn LevieLevie

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Praveen Warekar
Praveen Warekar

1000 years is best

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Frank Bucciantini
Frank Bucciantini

There are so many things I'd like to see and I'll probably never be able to see... I'd like to live long enough to see the proof of the Riemann hypothesis, a further understanding of the Navier Stokes equation in fluid dynamics, a valid model for dark matter, gluons, humanity efficiently working with subatomic particles, exploiting resources in an efficient way, space exploration, the construction of a Dyson Sphere... I mean... Some things may never happen but I would love to be alive for a bit longer... :'(

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linin32
linin32

I will choose to live forever until I am 100 percent sure that I want to die and only then

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Raijin Official Youtube Channel
Raijin Official Youtube Channel

I wish to live 69year.

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Alruhn Wehde
Alruhn Wehde

I would love not to age, but I'm gonna go live my life and do extreme sports, which would almost certainly kill me sooner or later. So no, I don't have a number. If I die climbing in the Himalayas when I'm 27, fine. If I can climb the mountains of the world till I'm 120, that would be rad, but not necessary. I just want an exciting life! I find it fascinating how many people want to live forever. That would take so much care and planning! Wouldn't you be constantly terrified of getting hit by a bus? You know you won't die if you don't make a mistake, so wouldn't you always be anxious about making that one fatal mistake? You'd have to live a life of no mistakes indefinitely/infinitely.

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Lee
Lee

The problem with immortality is that the population would spiral out of control and resources would run out and scarcities would be fought over.

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Quinn Smith
Quinn Smith

Advanced technologies increase resources and the carrying capacity of the planet, so no, none of those things will happen.

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Razamaniac
Razamaniac

NO

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MrDavidson72
MrDavidson72

In all honesty, I say 500 years would be good

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Brian McDermott
Brian McDermott

Overpopulation...

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Zzmech PP
Zzmech PP

Government :mass geno... Uh, better birth control law

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Clemmie Hohmann
Clemmie Hohmann

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Sam Meredith
Sam Meredith

90 to 100 years

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Lol Potato
Lol Potato

The only video of kurzgesagt without birds

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Dusty
Dusty

Couple hundred years will probably do it for me, I dont wanna die any time soon

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Eduard Boiko
Eduard Boiko

You literally made me to decide I will support these researches at least with money and spreading information Thank you for your hard work and making a world a better place

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Ayush Tripathi
Ayush Tripathi

1000000000000000 years

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Knox_em_out 78
Knox_em_out 78

I’ve thought for a while that I was born in the wrong decade not even century since most of my interests are or things that either don’t exist yet are in very early stages of development although I am young by the time some stuff becomes a thing or space travel become easier to access I might be to old to take advantage of it so to stop again for even just slow it down to me would be fantastic, but I don’t think I would want to live for hundreds or thousands of years just a little longer and be capable of doing stuff of the younger people in 20-30 years.

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Prakash Rajak
Prakash Rajak

i want to live 190 years

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Vedhanarayan Yadav
Vedhanarayan Yadav

I will never die because I were never alive. I don't know the word die when I was a kid and now also.

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Dark Krafter
Dark Krafter

this is more a individual question if u want to live vorever and not somthing 1 person sjould deside

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Screen Bucket
Screen Bucket

We can become ageless with putting our soul and other soul in robot's to become immortal

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DILCON gur
DILCON gur

Ты всего лишь говоришь очевидные вещи которые понял бы любой кроме американцев конечно

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WELCOME coder's
WELCOME coder's

You will bore... After 40

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WELCOME coder's
WELCOME coder's

My grandma is 110+ years.. But still healthy.... But she forget us every day🙄 She don't wear spectacle... She don't use stick she walk in his own bone....

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StovesAreDumb
StovesAreDumb

Forever, honest to God, forever. Time moves too quickly, I dont have nearly enough time for anything

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Al Ha
Al Ha

Ageing is mind over matter. We don't have to age, we just believe we do, so we do. We have the ability to constantly renew and regenerate our cells, we just have to believe it. Science is looking for the answer outside ourselves, when we should be looking inside our consciousness.

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This channel does not exist.
This channel does not exist.

No. That's not how it works.

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みみきP official
みみきP official

i want to live an eternal youth but decide when to die, i don't want to be immortal and suffer without be able to do anything

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Tyrinath
Tyrinath

Imagine a world where the greatest minds didn't wither and die, think about how much we've learned from those of the past, and how much was likely lost that they didn't have the time to tell us. What the world will look, is hard to say, but simply in terms of progress, in terms of achievement, immortality opens the doors of our greatest limitations, out education systems spend years trying to cram into us as much information as possible, as quickly as possible. Stripped of this limited window, with enough determination anyone can become a master, a scholar.

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King Dice
King Dice

I like the analogy to staying outside to play a little longer. Not every desire to live longer is based in fear or hubris- sometimes it’s just a genuine desire to see more of what life has to offer before you go to the long sleep.

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Shaheed Joe-Dewarder
Shaheed Joe-Dewarder

Life is precious because it's fleeting. We just have to make the most of the time we have been granted.

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Steven Sadowski
Steven Sadowski

Nope, don't want immortality. If this was true the population would be way above normal.

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Zzmech PP
Zzmech PP

Don't worry about the population after the end of aging come, we already have like almost 2-3 billions righteous religious folks around the world ready to step in front of the guns already and probably 1 billions of protester and criminals after that. They will make the necessary sacrifice for us to continue as a species

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Cara Furry
Cara Furry

Dont you hate the fact that a humans brain can only hold 200 years of memory, how dupressing

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La bijona
La bijona

virtual reality and live with my waifus, end.

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Sattam Alsayed
Sattam Alsayed

Every soul will die كل نفسٍ لذأقت الموت

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Zzmech PP
Zzmech PP

Oh hey, we have another one volunteer(you religious folks are my heroes now for doing such a great sacrifice for humanity, like 3bilion of you guys should be enough to solve many problems that ending aging will cause) in the mass genocide project once reverse aging is plausible

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