>implying that isn't comforting to know.
Maybe in the future we will be able to fully reverse the negative effects of aging, since it's a purely mechanical issue and all. That would make death a choice, rather than inevitability.
I imagine it would be incredibly expensive and therefore only available to the rich. But it's not like we, the regular Joes, would have much use for it in the first place, right?
Still, that would be pretty upsetting to many, I imagine, to know that death no longer was the great equalizer.
So what does reversing age have to do wit lh stopping death since thre are poisons, murders, diseases, and bad diets, and natural disasters.
These can all happen. I meant stopping death from "old age", i.e. damage being done to your body every day eventually outpacing its diminishing ability to regenerate.