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If Scientifically Possible, Should Humans Become Immortal?
If scientifically possible, humans should become immortal.
It would be the starting point of becoming an interplanetarian species.
Immortality would change the way humans view life and their place in the universe.
Being immortal would result in more net happiness.
Humans would have more time to create, to make scientific breakthroughs, and to create bigger legacies.
Humans could live a fuller life by achieving more goals during their lifetimes.
If humans value personal freedom, the right to keep living is the greatest freedom possible.
We wouldn't have to deal with the death of our loved ones.
The goal of modern preventative and regenerative medicine is to help people live a long, healthy life. Immortality would be the ultimate achievement of this goal.
As humans become older we become more set in our ways. If humans did not die and make room for new thought, society is unlikely to progress.
If everyone was immortal and people continue having children, the Earth would eventually become overpopulated.
Endless lifespan would cause an even worse power of wealth.
Life would lose all its value if it never ended.
Knowing they are immortal, people may adopt more reckless behavior.
Being immortal may bring about more human suffering.
Immortality does not guarantee quality of life, and people have acknowledged this since ancient times.
Cultures may be
in the shift.
Humans should not become immortal because those in prison would be there forever.
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