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originally posted by: NightSkyeB4Dawn
originally posted by: rickymouse
What would happen if we all lived forever. Everyone would live, then the world population would go through the roof. What would all of us eat, we already severly drain the resources of the earth.
The ability to have children is self limiting. Living forever does not mean staying young forever.
Having reached a stage of life where things have very little value to me, I believe that you would just have a larger number of ancient folk that would be fighting for space in the cave,
originally posted by: Nothin
a reply to: mahdd
Very interesting vid. Thanks Mahdd!. Loved the Endoliths!
What was the name of that jellyfish?
Made me think of those huge underground mushroom networks:
Seems like our definitions for what constitutes "Life", are evolving.
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: rickymouse
Suppose that contains a modicum of truth.
But keeping all out Eggs in the one basket that is our Earth can only lead to our eventual demise, both sociologically speaking and statistically, should we continue to grow in number as we seem to be doing.
Immortality or the continuation of our race seems to require we ether find or build another planet or multiple places to colonies and exploit.
Hence our interest in extrasolar planets that could support life, why find these places, why look if we are not going to devise a means of eventually getting there?