Will there come a time when people stop aging?

Will there come a time when people stop aging?

Why Age? Should We End Aging Forever?

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answers (10)

Answer 1
May, 2021

Unfortunately, humanity has not reached the level of moral maturity at which it would have been allowed by the higher mind to comprehend the secret of eternal life. At the present time, this would only lead to longevity of the most unworthy dregs, to which good people allow too much in other areas. Having received such a gift, it would have profited it mediocrely, like the scoops and guardians profiled not a well-deserved, but a divinely given chance to get freedom and the responsibility associated with it in 1991. Small yet by universal standards. Grow up ...

Answer 2
May, 2021

Aging is a law of nature, which never benefits from the existence of eternal organic matter. Immortality is a blockage, it is a suppression of development. It is like giving up scientific and technological progress by directives, stopping at some point. Let's say in 1900. Yes, even in 2019.

The discovery of the secret of biological immortality is theoretically possible - after all, the human body is not a closed system and can theoretically live as long as resources for its functioning come from the world around us, - but that will be the "end of history". Faced with the threat of overpopulation of the planet, humanity will take the only decision - to abandon offspring. There will be no new generations, i.e. fresh brains, fresh solutions. Imagine that immortality would "cover" humanity, for example, in the tenth century AD. We would not have been born for sure, but the immortal people of the tenth century would still live in their usual tenth century. In the world of fantasy, take at least "The Lord of the Rings", just an eternal conditional tenth century and lasts for centuries, if not millennia.

If the law of aging can be circumvented on a crooked goat, the first beneficiaries will be those in power. Most likely, the only ones - why share this super life hack with the plebs? And it may very well be that this has ALREADY happened or will happen in the near future. I recommend this article.

Answer 3
May, 2021

American scientists have proven that aging of multicellular organisms is inevitable. And the only alternative to aging is cancer. The mathematical model shows that even the complete liberation of the organism from harmful mutations will not lead to salvation from old age. It turned out that the cells of the body gradually slow down internal processes and begin to lose their basic functions. But if you get rid of those cells that are not functioning well, it will allow cancer cells to proliferate. And complete elimination of cancer cells will only lead to the accumulation of cells with delayed functions, i.e. to even faster aging ... (information from here: https://nv.ua/opinion/bessmertie-otmenjaetsja-2150574.html)

Answer 4
May, 2021

There is nothing impossible in the fight against aging. Aging is a process, the symptoms of which are identical to those inherent in the disease process. The only difference is that most diseases are curable, but aging is not.

Humanity has found a cure for once incurable diseases, therefore, there is a high probability of finding a cure for this disease.

But you need to understand that curing old age will entail the risk of irreversible extinction of humanity as a species:

  • If people stop aging, they will stop reproducing, otherwise this will lead to overpopulation of the planet

  • If they stop reproducing, this will lead to the loss of the very opportunities for reproduction and the reproductive system degrades

  • But unlike humans, all sorts of viruses and other pathogens will continue to reproduce and evolve. The human immune system will remain stable and sharpened only for the challenges of the past. Therefore, when a new super-disease appears, a person will have to rely solely on the miracles of pharmacology.

  • Also, in the event of a global cataclysm - be it an epidemic or the fall of a huge asteroid, humanity, which has suffered catastrophic losses - will not be able to replenish the population due to the degradation of sexual functions. And so - until the next disaster, until the next ... until there are absolutely no people left.

  • In view of the fact that Life on Earth is constantly evolving, then the conditions of the human environment will also begin to change. Man will stop evolving. This will continue until such conditions become critical and incompatible with life for a person.

  • A stable population will lead to comfortable conditions for everyone and for everyone, which, in turn, will cause the degradation of the human personality. Over time, some animals will become intelligent, and then they will surpass us in intelligence. As a result, we will become monkeys for monkeys. Of course, if we are not destroyed by an epidemic or an asteroid earlier))

In general, the more often generations change, the faster a person evolves, the sooner he will approach perfection.

Answer 5
May, 2021

Hardly. Aging is a consequence of the cessation of cell division, reaching the Hayflick limit. Each cell in your body can divide about 50 times, no more. This countdown is started at fertilization.

Bypassing the Hayflick limit will mean a revolution in medicine and another leap in speculation on rejuvenation, but the problem of marasmus remains - the development of resources of brain neurons. They do not divide during life, they only die, and their aging is as inevitable as wear and tear of a car or washing machine, even with the most careful care.

It is interesting that people who strive to lead an idle life and hope to thus exist blissfully longer, the resource of neurons is noticeably less than those who solve problems every day that require mental strain. The point is to improve the blood supply to neurons, and as a result, their better nutrition and a longer life cycle. That gives their owner not only skills and abilities in his subject area, but also a delayed period of insanity in old age.

Answer 6
May, 2021

Since the existence of non-aging organisms in nature has already been proven (including multicellular ones, including highly developed ones), it would be logical to assume that overcoming aging is only a matter of time for humans.

Someday we will find out what makes us grow old (we already have hypotheses) and get rid of this problem.

Answer 7
May, 2021

One of the reasons we age is because our cells can only divide a certain number of times. Each time after division, human DNA becomes shorter and shorter, and the only thing that protects our genes are telomeres, the ends of chromosomes, which decrease with each division.

https: //www.popmech. ru / science / news-421482-pervyy-vzglyad-na-ferment-sposobnyy-pobedit-starost /

Answer 8
May, 2021

if nature and evolution need it for a certain situation, if it is necessary for our development and survival, then of course it will come. But nature will invent something else so that people do not relax)

Answer 9
May, 2021

There are two aspects of this question - purely practical, which tells us that this is not possible. Because the very concept of life implies the change of generations in order to give life to new people. If people did not die, then there would have been overpopulation on Earth long ago and we would have destroyed ourselves.

And if from a philosophical point of view, then there is a wonderful cartoon for adults on this topic, which, in my opinion, fully reveals the meaning of life and death. I don’t remember what it’s called, but if it’s schematically, then there a young man leaving his home and leaving his elderly mother, goes in search of a better and eternal life. On the way, he meets a deer, an owl and others, they want to become his friends, the guy refuses, telling them: "You will soon die, why do I need such a friend." As a result, he comes to a distant country, where he finds a very beautiful girl in a beautiful castle. She promises him eternal life without problems. but only next to her. And he lives with her for a very long time. But one day he suddenly remembers his mother. His wife tells him that his mother has long died and if he leaves her, then his age will return to him and he will soon die too. On the way home, he turns into a gray-haired old man and finds the bones of a deer and other animals who wanted to become his friends. To understand how he feels better, watching the cartoon is beyond words.

Answer 10
May, 2021

YES! WILL COME!

For people, old age and death are the consequences of the rebellion of the first man against God. A person should not have grown old and died. Since God himself is eternal, then he also created people for eternal life. OUR first parents, Adam and Eve, disobeying God, sinned and passed sin and death to all their descendants, so today we grow old, get sick and die.

But this will not always be so! God's plan for the earth and mankind has not changed, and our Creator will definitely fulfill it! In the Bible, in Revelation 21 ch 4 verse it says: "And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more; neither weeping, nor outcry, nor sickness will be no more, for the former things have passed away"

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