On Life, Death, and the Infinite Game

I think involuntary death is clearly morally bad, which makes the quest for longevity a morally noble thing to engage in.1 The proposition that we can live forever is obvious. It doesn’t violate the laws of physics, so we will achieve it.2 I have the idea that aging is plastic, that it’s encoded. If something […]

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