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|#52 - 20 years? I'd say more like 200. The technology behind growing… [+] (2 new replies)||03/12/2014 on Jagged Little Pill||0|
|#45 - We won't ever be immortal. We might be able to stretch the hum… [+] (6 new replies)||03/12/2014 on Jagged Little Pill||0|
#63 - icefried (03/12/2014) [-]
Well that's not exactly true.
See, the heart you have now isn't exactly the same heart you started with, nor is the heart you will have in 10 years.
Cells are constantly dying and being replaced by new ones, which means that you effectively grow a new heart after a period of time. Your heart is getting constant repairs based on the instructions located in your DNA, and technically this could last us until we ran out of sustenance... however, the problem lies in the DNA. After a certain age it just starts getting shittier. The instructions get frayed bit by bit, day by day until we are left with a shell of our former selves because by that point the instructions are shit.
If we could stop the fraying, we stop the aging.. in theory anyway, but there's more than one way to achieve immortality.
Growing organs is going to become a thing, and research in that field has been progressing at a nice pace. I think they recently created a kidney from stem cells if i'm not mistaken, i see no reason why they couldn't do the same with the heart.
Also, cyborgs! A regular heart is a frail fleshy thing, but a mechanical one can last you ages.
Technology is moving ever more rapidly and it is not showing any signs of stopping. Who's to say what we will have in 10 years... or 20... or 60.
|#416 - Why the **** are you called "Addy"? Is …||03/10/2014 on Tell me anything||0|
|#38 - Aye, np.||03/10/2014 on Idea (worth the read... I...||+1|
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|#1 - Before anyone starts bitching about the "outrageous"… [+] (4 new replies)||03/10/2014 on Prison comp: Bastoy Part 1||+40|
#2 - bobfreakingdole (03/10/2014) [-]
Yeah, i think it is a brilliant system personally. In america we focus too much on guilt and if the criminal 'deserves' the punishment. It makes more sense to say "Ok, so you clearly just did a fucked up thing, but you probably aren't a really evil dude. Lets figure out why you did that fucked up thing, and help you to never fucking do that again'. It treats them as mentally ill people that need help, not evil motherfuckers who need to rot in prison.
#14 - terminalinfinity (03/12/2014) [-]
I think its a great option personally. Not everyone has the rebel/hardened criminal mentality logged in their mind. Some people just made mistakes or had a really bad life and didn't learn any other way to live
Sending first time offenders here would be a great idea to separate the true scum from those who just need to learn how to function in regular society and have a productive trade to make money.
Not only that, but beating and subjugating people just reinforced the rebellious victim mentality a lot of inmates have.
|#29 - Interesting. Here's my contribution. [+] (4 new replies)||03/10/2014 on Idea (worth the read... I...||+1|
|#3 - Scientology is a ****** up cult....||03/10/2014 on it's pretty long||+9|
|#16 - Dude that sign would be one hell of a room decoration [+] (1 new reply)||03/08/2014 on Nothing to see here.||+4|
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|#15 - reporting in||03/08/2014 on Happy Removal day!||0|