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Humans to achieve immortality in 8 YEARS, says former Google engineer (www.dailymail.co.uk)

Ray Kurzweil is known for making predictions in technology that have come true – and now he is sure humans will reach immortality in our lifetime. He also explains how robots will make it happen.

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JesseJ
JesseJ
10 months ago

LOL, Satan has been saying the same thing since the garden of Eden.

thekwon
thekwon
10 months ago

Kurtzweil is a real piece of work. Did a bunch of research on him years ago and his spewing of transhumainsm is the framework for the NWO implementation almost verbatim

Collins
Collins
10 months ago
Reply to  thekwon

In many movies, they explained the concept of immortality as having your soul uploaded to the internet.

lgageharleya
lgageharleya
10 months ago
Reply to  Collins

Modern medicine can keep a body going indefinitely, so the “immortality” they speak of for the masses really means that forfeiting of one’s soul to become a shell and a battery, I think. If they hook people into a real-seeming SIM, they can manipulate them into any emotion or extremity of feeling they wish and just harvest that energy with minimal effort or mess. After enough passage of time, those people will feel like the ones in Plato’s cave, that will have become the only reality they know.

SoAnnoyed
SoAnnoyed
10 months ago
Reply to  lgageharleya

“Modern medicine can keep a body going indefinitely”

it cannot.

You may want to read on the Hayflick limit.
Cells have a limited lifespan. They cannot replicate after a certain limit because of ageing also called senescence.

immortality or longevity as it should be called in that case, has been only tried on tiny worms with some modest results.

Also, trials on mices have only allowed some “illusion” of longevity: rats died at the same time than normal rats but instead of being sick for a longer period before dying (due to ageing), the diseases showed up in a narrower timeframe. yet all diseases showed up and all rats died at the same expected time.

so far away are we from
preventing or reversing ageing.
and if we do, cells wouldnt live more than 120 years anyway. but they will die eventually.

nodnoc
nodnoc
10 months ago
Reply to  lgageharleya

That’s terrifying! I’m not complying with any of this trans-human nonsense. They’ll have to kill me, but I’ll try to take as many of them with me as I can

Hope
Hope
10 months ago
Reply to  Collins

Yeah and once you upload something to the internet, who owns it?
Who uses it regardless of who owns it?

Clarice
Clarice
10 months ago

dude is AGNOSTIC…not surprised.

SoAnnoyed
SoAnnoyed
10 months ago

who would want to achieve eternity anyway?

To live an eternity in this current world, which gets crazier by the day, would be like living an eternity in hell.

i dare not think of what this world will look like in 5 years.

Sherry Ridge
Sherry Ridge
10 months ago

I just want to live to be 105 so I can see my children in their 60s. I had my kids in my early 40s lol

Last edited 10 months ago by Sherry Ridge
john
john
10 months ago

copying isnt immortality

randall
randall
10 months ago

Uploading your thoughts and memories is useless.
The soul is tied to the body and will not transfer to a computer.
Your memories might live on but your soul will be in hell.
They think they can overcome GOD through technology.
The same way they thought they could build their own tower to heaven.
Their end will be the same.

crisspf
crisspf
10 months ago

There are a few jokes about “how to reach…/ how to become…”. The only thing I can think of is that they use lots of euphemisms lately. We all become clima friendly because we end up in streets eating bugs… if we are lucky. No cars, no houses, nothing. We do reach immortality but we have to die first. 😂 we are just being told over and over again it will be soon game over

crisspf
crisspf
10 months ago
Reply to  crisspf

…anyways, we are immortal. We don’t need A.I, deals with the devil or babies blood baths and body parts transplants for that.
If we acted in our every day life being aware of it we would make better choices, care more about the people around us and try to be better. What is truly important is where we get to live our immortality after all this hell-called-world that we live in ends.

Last edited 10 months ago by crisspf
Michael McNulty
Michael McNulty
10 months ago

Death will always be with us. Mountains and seas eventually pass away as do stars. And so will they.