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to me, it's contrary

life for a living thing is not infinite

and life itself, as a perpetual being of nature's existence, can only exist, if witnessed by man.

since man, was not always, then infinite they can never be

and who wants to live thru to infinity?

/damn that was deep/


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Planet Earth

They are reversing the aging process in the earliest 20 years, or within the next 100 years, but I don't think that means we will live into infinity. If we did, then we would have to cut back on new babies or we would have to get off this planet...
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