Nanobots seem to be well on their way to drastically expanding human life. Clusters of them are already regenerating the spinal cords of mice (Project, 2007), and soon it should be possible to program them to repair all of our aging and defected cells (Lindsay, 2005). But nanotechnology is not the only thing in our favor. Scientists have recently even begun to conquer the telomere problem (Mann, 2009).

By making the lifestyle changes known to be currently effective towards extending vitality, such as cutting sugar intake, we may yet live long enough to live forever. 


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