posted on May, 3 2013 @ 10:49 PM
Assuming you live for a fantastically healthy lifespan of a maximum of a fantastically healthy 100 years, what will you do?
Take note, your ageing is different from the rest of the human race however, as follows:
For example, after the age of 20, you begin to now only age by 1 year every 50 years and so does any offspring you have:
The question remains - what will you do with your life now? Be a bit broad in thinking - we are, after all, talking about a preposterously
long time here.
Age 20 - 2013
Age 21 - 2063
Age 22 - 2113
Age 23 - 2163
Age 24 - 2213
Age 25 - 2263
This means you will age outrageously slowly - wear and tear will be outrageously slow and your entire physicality (e.g. blood vessels, heart,
intestines, every other organ, brain etc) will age outrageously slowly and wear down outrageously slowly (i.e. you will look and be 21 in 2063 and
your bone age and brain age will be like so); your telomeres will barely shorten and you will be in peak physical health and be youthful (if you're
not already) until the very end of your life - i.e. no cancer etc etc.
Do you take several (more) degrees? Take up engineering or physics degrees for the purposes of starting up a space company? Maybe you want to build up
a massive intergenerational wealth hoard (seeing as you children will also begin to age very slowly after their own age of 20)? Try to aid mankind in
many ways? Or do you become a "god"-like figure to mankind?
Or maybe you don't want to live so long? Maybe you artificially end your life around the time that your friends and family will be aged and old and
die because you can't bear being without them?
Of course, accidents can happen and you could get killed by something unforeseen; but presuming you aren't.
Also take note that your brain continues to develop and expand - meaning you can still continually absorb and learn new information like a very young
man; i.e. you'll have much more knowledge, experience and know-how than the average human brain can take, let alone comprehend.
edit on 5/3/2013 by HomoSapiensSapiens because: (no reason given)