Monday, May 22, 2006

MSNBC Weighs In: Social implications of life extension debate.

This article is worth a read.

"Toward Immortality, Part 1: Social implications of life extension debated"

A Quote:
"A doubled lifespan, Stock said, would "give us a chance to recover from our mistakes, lead us toward longer-term thinking and reduce health care costs by delaying the onset of expensive diseases of aging. It would also raise productivity by adding to our prime years."

Doubled? Well, I suppose I am looking for more. And I don't eant to recover from my mistakes, I really would like to make more mistakes.

But I will take what I can get. Sign me up! Wait, I am already signed up... I am living a healthy life and supplementing intelligently.

To Long Life!