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#93 - EdwardNigma (05/19/2015) [-]
Consider what we've done in only a few hundred years, with such technological advancement.
I would never get bored watching the amazing shit we do. And then eventually, decent space travel.
You look me in the eye and tell me you would not want to explore another planet that holds life.
#270 - xxsikoticxx (05/20/2015) [-]
ehhh.. I don't think he meant bored with life, rather bored with humans. I mean... its hundreds of years he is talking about, and watching mankind repeat the same mistakes over and over might get depressing, though I suppose if all of humanity obtained immortality unlikely in the extreme even if it is eventually invented the repetitions may stop.
#274 - xxsikoticxx (05/20/2015) [-]
I agree with you biological immortality is probably the thing I want most in life BUT I imagine that human choices and actions would become rather predictable in a few hundred, or maybe a few thousand years and if you aren't interested in space and exploration I love it, but the majority sadly do not then there isn't that terribly much that I can think of that would interest most people
TLDR: I can see why you and I would love it, but I can see how most would get bored.
#279 - xxsikoticxx (05/20/2015) [-]
Mmm... chances are that most people that do obtain it won't "deserve it" subjective thing to determine but i digress , politicians, CEOs and the like. Though no one knows I guess, I may just be rather pessimistic, people can be satisfied with dedicating their life lots of things now that I think about it, and when bored move onto something else. Whether or not someone could do it for eternity with their sanity is a question we can't answer, though there may be a reason why most of the ancient gods were depicted as being insane.
#268 - anonymous (05/20/2015) [-]
Ability to live a very long time doesn't guarantee you being able to be part of any of the "cool stuff" - you might as well spend 2 million years browsing dank memes, because exponentially better 2 million year olds took the "cool stuff" right under your nose.
#78 - anonymous (05/19/2015) [-]
I highly doubt that.
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