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34117Yhd32 Nevertheless, every failed attempt ...

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TO OVERCOME DEATH
WILL GET US A STEP CLOSER TO THE TARGET,
AND THAT WILL INSPIRE GREATER HOPES AND ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO MAKE EVEN GREATER EFFORTS?
Though Google's Calico probably won't solve death in time to make Google co-founders Sergey Brin & Larry Page
immortal, it will most probably make significant discoveries about cell biology, genetic medicines & human health.
The next generation of googlers could therefore start their attack on death from new & better positions!
The scientists who cry immortality are like the boy who cried wolf: sooner or later, the wolf actually comes...
Hence even if we don't achieve immortality in óur lifetime, the war against death is still likely to be the flagship
project of the coming century. When you take into account our belief in the sanctity of human life, add the dyna-
mics of the scientific establishment, and tòp it all with the needs of the capitalist economy, a relentless war
against death seems to be inevitable? Our ideological commitment to human life will never allow us simply
to accept human death. As long a people die of something, we will strive to overcome it.
The scientific establishment and the capitalist economy will be more than happy to underwrite this struggle...
Most scientists and bankers don't care whàt they are wòrking òn, provided it gives them an opportunity to make
new discoveries and greater profits! Can anyone imagine a more exciting scientific challenge than outsmarting
death - or a more promising market than the market of eternal youth? If you are over 40, close your eyes
for a minute & try to remember the body you had at 25. Not only how you looked,
but above all how it felt! ÌF YOU COULD HAVE THAT BODY BACK,
HOW MUCH WOULD YOU BE WILLING TO PAY FOR IT?
No doubt some people would be happy to forgo
the opportunity, but enough customers
would pay whatever it takes,
constituting a well-nigh
infinite market
...