Scientist: We Will be Immortal In Seven Years..

The idea of immortality has been around since the dawn of time. But now it is within reach, even in our lifetimes.
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The idea of immortality has been around since the dawn of time. But now it is within reach, even in our lifetimes.

Immortality is a concept that has been explored in literature, art, and religion. But now, futurist Ray Kurzweil believes that humans will achieve immortality by 2030. This is an ambitious claim, and one that should be taken with a grain of salt.

Popular Mechanics reports, Ray Kurzweil is a renowned futurist who has made predictions about the future for decades. He believes that humans will be able to extend their lives indefinitely through advances in technology and medicine. He claims that this could be achieved as early as 2030, just seven years away from now.

Kurzweil’s predictions are based on his belief that humans can use technology to extend their lifespans indefinitely. He believes that we can use artificial intelligence (AI) to create nanobots which can repair cells and organs in our bodies, thus preventing aging and death. In addition, he believes that we can use gene editing techniques such as CRISPR to modify our DNA so it no longer ages or becomes damaged over time.

Yet to back up his claims other scientist are figuring out a way to reverse aging.

However, there are many experts who disagree with Kurzweil’s predictions. They point out that even if these technologies were available today, they would still take decades to perfect and implement on a large scale. In addition, they argue that there are ethical considerations when it comes to using technology to extend life indefinitely – such as who would have access to these treatments and how much would they cost?

Furthermore, some experts believe that even if we do manage to extend our lifespans indefinitely, it may not necessarily lead to immortality as we know it today. They point out that while we may be able to prevent aging and death from natural causes, we cannot prevent death from accidents or diseases like cancer or heart disease – meaning true immortality may still remain out of reach for us in the foreseeable future.

Ultimately, while Kurzweil’s predictions are intriguing and exciting – they should be taken with a grain of salt until more research is done into the feasibility of achieving immortality through technology and medicine within the next seven years. Until then, the dream of immortality remains just out of reach for us mere mortals – but perhaps one day soon it won’t be so far away after all!

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