On Wed, 3 Oct 2001, Robert J. Bradbury wrote:
> Rick Potvin posted this URL
> > http://network54.com/hide/forum/95192
> Quotes from the main page
> > 600 years if the problem of biological aging can be completely solved
> If aging can be completely solved, average longevity at current U.S.
> hazard function rates would be > 2000 years. If those rates continue to
> improve as they have over the last half century, then by 2100 average
> longevity will be in excess of 6000 years.
Yep. For a more detailed discussion, I usually refer people to Hugh
Hixon's "Misadventure as a Cause of Death in an Immortal Population"
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