Aging: Inactive List?

Paul Boduch (ES 1997) pboduch at minerva.cis.yale.edu
Wed Nov 8 04:01:50 EST 1995

On Wed, 8 Nov 1995, Till Noever wrote:

> > Then, again, what if you and a small group of you friends found physical 
> > immortality?  Would you go out and try to convert a world of skeptics?
> Good question. Since the only way to convert a world of skeptics would
> take some time (several decades, or more, I suppose) there'd really be no
> point in trying. Also, given just a modicum of paranoia, it wouldn't be
> hard to see how a person or persons with a healthy survival instinct would
> indeed refrain from letting it be known what they've discovered. Wouldn't
> you? ;-)

Can those of us who still haven't figured out the secrets of immortality 
at least try to do so in *my lifetime*(for obvious reasons)?
Then we can decide how elitist we want to be in sharing the information 
considering the population growth problem.

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