Brian Manning Delaney wrote:
> Surprisingly, though, many (though not most) scientists say the same thing
> privately that they say publicly, i.e., they, in fact, are not interested in
> extending human life span....
Yes, and I find this most disturbing, that it seems to be getting
more and more politically incorrect to try to extend human
lifespans. Is it not? Am I just over-sensitive to it?
Secondly, how in the heck do they figure that making one more
healthy, active, less diseased etc at any given stage of life would
not extend the length of life? I totally dont grok that. spike
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