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Scientists REVERSED Aging


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12 hours ago, VTV said:

it will be perfected in a decade right?

nah. I was hopeful about this when i first say these articles last year but it seems more likely that it will be perfected when all of us currently alive will be gone. They say a few decades but realistically it will more than likely be 50+ years if not more and even then it wont be a guaranteed success for humans, sadly

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I keep saying this, but we're going to have a future one day where the ultra wealthy will freeze their age at mid 20's and never age or die of old age, and the poor will age like normal, and it'll cre

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oh no now people that I hate will live longer

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what's the point of looking like a 20 year old when you feel like a 50 year old? the behavior, mannerism, everything must appear quite off putting and fake

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12 hours ago, Helxig said:

I keep saying this, but we're going to have a future one day where the ultra wealthy will freeze their age at mid 20's and never age or die of old age, and the poor will age like normal, and it'll create some dystopian hellscape where aging people are looked down on as lesser 

Y tho? Why can't it be for everyone?

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I saw that this turns back aging of your organs like heart, lungs, brain etc
 (could cure Alzheimer’s for example) but no mention of external de-aging.

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I personally don't think you can really fully alter nature. Even if parts are reversed, nature will do its thing no matter what. It's silly that people want to change something natural and inevitable: aging.

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15 hours ago, DontDoubtDavid said:

this is a good premise for a movie/book

I have ideas about different types of people who rebel against 'perfection culture' by purposely ageing themselves etc. But it's honestly just my predictions for the future. I'd make it into a screenplay for a cautionary futuristic movie if I had any talent :laughga: 

 

6 hours ago, Nemo said:

Y tho? Why can't it be for everyone?

Because unfortunately that's not how the world works. These kinds of monumental technologies are only held for the highest bidders/the 'elite'. In a perfect world, yes, but not the one we live in

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generally speaking, I wanted to get my hands on this reverse aging thing. I want to volunteer for this experiement.

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1 hour ago, Helxig said:

Because unfortunately that's not how the world works. These kinds of monumental technologies are only held for the highest bidders/the 'elite'. In a perfect world, yes, but not the one we live in

I call BS, and as evidence, I cite your profile picture. That miraculous device that you're holding in your hand, that connects you to everything -- who else has one of those? It's nearly everyone, isn't it? The poorest people I know usually manage it.

There's no incentive to hold things back, only to maximize profits. Sometimes that's done by raising the cost, but sometimes it's done by lowering the cost and selling to more people.

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10 minutes ago, Nemo said:

I call BS, and as evidence, I cite your profile picture. That miraculous device that you're holding in your hand, that connects you to everything -- who else has one of those? It's nearly everyone, isn't it? The poorest people I know usually manage it.

There's no incentive to hold things back, only to maximize profits. Sometimes that's done by raising the cost, but sometimes it's done by lowering the cost and selling to more people.

I think it's different when it's a product. But eventually it will obviously trickle down, but the desperation for something as insane as eternal youth will lead people to pay insane amounts, so I don't believe it will find it's way down to the lower class too fast. I'm sure they'll charge a million dollars and every middle class citizen will go broke trying to buy their once off ticket to being forever young. It's like botox and fillers on a massive scale. For a long time it was just something insanely expensive that only the super wealthy could afford, but over the course of 30 years it's trickled down so that half the people I know have them, but it's still very expensive

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10 hours ago, GregJA said:

I saw that this turns back aging of your organs like heart, lungs, brain etc
 (could cure Alzheimer’s for example) but no mention of external de-aging.

Skin is an organ :huntyga: also i read other articles about  skin rejuvenation, which came out months ago 

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Why would someone want to live forever?

Ageing is wonderful if you have found your purpose. Watching our beloved ones fade away and ourselves staying young... to what avail? 

Let's pray at least this can be used on terminal illnesses and not for aesthetic reasons.

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7 hours ago, LG666 said:

I personally don't think you can really fully alter nature. Even if parts are reversed, nature will do its thing no matter what. It's silly that people want to change something natural and inevitable: aging.

I agree with this. I always think it's odd when older people have lots of plastic surgery for example. No one looks at them and thinks they're young - we all know their image is fake. If anything, trying to hide ageing makes it more noticeable. Fine if someone is doing it for themselves... but really, most are doing it to keep up appearances and look a certain age... which just never happens. No amount of surgery or cosmetic procedures will hide the fact that a person has aged... it just exposes that they're trying to hide it, which is sad, pointless and sets harmful standards that only a select few will ever be able to reach.

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