Could Immortals be living among us?

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posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 05:38 PM
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Originally posted by BlackSatinDancer

Originally posted by s12345
Well it may not skew the distribution as a normal distribution is normally only classed as valid a certain number of deviations from the norm. It may be a stretch for the statistical model but may not skew it: more expecting more from the model than would normally be thought as proper. Also sometimes a distribution such as the normal distribution is used asymetrically: only one half is used. A statistical model is after all just a model and so not perfect.There would also be the problem as as a normal distribution goes on forever at both ends, it would produce people that lived for a minus amount of time: one reason why it is utilized for only a certain number of distributions. So the model has limits. I suppose from a viewpoint the question is if immortality existed, then people who had never lived who should also, Getting into the mysticism and metaphysics and religion there would have to be people who went to heaven and never existed: and being in heaven more than others...... Just a thought.


ok... that hurt my brain a little but think I've got my head wrapped around what you are saying in that last.

the poeple who live for minus time, lol... interesting.

ok, what if for the sake of order that this distribution of immortality could be more widespread if people gravitated away from the urge to procreate? ... unless of course the existing immortals brought enough order into the world by allowing new births when those new people will have homes. right now, we don't even have enough homes (homes, not houses) for the people who already exist. we fix that, we get immortality... we sit back and relax for a while instead of popping babies out left and right and look closely at our key problems... with a new found ongoing intellect that has a lot of time to gain info. to me, that's head way.

also, even though people have been alive on earth a while... many are simply revisiting. therefore, it might not be so hard to distribute this immortality to more and more people... but those people would not be born into a world of chaos as you see it, but into a more stable form of order... which equals much happier people in general who can settle into a long long stable life.

also, this would give us a chance to look at each individual very closely to find out more about who they really are...and who they have been... or will be. If we could help them understand this, this would enrich their lives assuming we had gotten rid of all the LIES first.

because regardless of all the risks and all the misery in life, the real problem is simply not having the truth.

We ALL should be able to carry TRUTH freely. If we could, much evil would be eliminated.... but we still treat TRUTH as a secret commodity.

We are never going to get there. Not because we can't, but because bad men will be making the choice for us. that's why.


Very interesting. Have you ever read the vanity cards at the end of two and a half men? You and Chuck Lorre have the same writing style and the same stream of consciousness. Take that as a compliment, please, unless you're Charlie . . . . .


Anyhow, I do believe there are some extremely long lived people in our midst, probably due to genetics. I'm sure they move around a lot to keep the boredom away. I bet the immortality wouldn't regrow limbs, or regrow teeth so therefore we should be looking for someone with a mouth full of implants and missing a finger or toe at the very least.

Great thread, OP,

STM




posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 11:33 AM
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Actually if they have lived that long without teeth, the bone would have reduced in the jaw and so they would not take implants.I dare say being immortal would be compensation enough. Not to mention the fact that in the past people lost their teeth earlier than people generally do now.



posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 05:43 PM
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So possibly dentures and some missing digits or whatever. Thanks for the info.

STM



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 08:18 AM
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That was... eerie.

Wonder if it was real.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 12:24 PM
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Originally posted by lonegurkha
Yes we are living amongst you.I do know a few others. I don't know of any of us who have started a religion. The rest of what you have to say is mostly true.


put the pipe down my friend.

or maybe you can prove what you say is true.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 12:31 PM
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AAAACCCCKKKK They're on to me!!! ABORT ABORT ABORT!!!



posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 03:30 PM
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would anyone consider the Dalai Lama to be an immortal being that is living among us



posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 05:01 PM
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Originally posted by IblisLucifer
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would anyone consider the Dalai Lama to be an immortal being that is living among us


Good question. I suppose those who subscribe to the idea of reincarnation and follow Buddhism would consider him to be immortal since he is supposed to be the rebirth in the line that occurs each time the holder of the "office" passes away. In that sense, to them, he would be immortal. Those of us who do not subscribe to that particular theology would not consider him to be.



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 03:59 PM
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Originally posted by elitegamer23

Originally posted by lonegurkha
Yes we are living amongst you.I do know a few others. I don't know of any of us who have started a religion. The rest of what you have to say is mostly true.


put the pipe down my friend.

or maybe you can prove what you say is true.


I see that you are unaware of the meaning of the words sarcastic humor.
My deepest sympathies.





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