Don't worry Mere Mortalites, we promise to still be doing the podcast until at least deep into our 400's!
In Episode #280 of 'Musings' Juan and I discuss: living to 500 but with a constant degradation of body/mind, why Euthanasia might become a common/noncontroversial topic, why the money system and one's perspective of time would radically change, the core memories we would still keep across the decades, whether people would voluntarily choose to live that long and how you wouldn't really care about your great great great great great great grandson.
As always, we hope you enjoy. Mere Mortals out!
(0:00) - What if life expectancy rose to 500 years?
(3:08) - Euthanasia
(8:17) - Compounding growth
(13:35) - Structuring your life
(19:28) - Comments & Boostagram Lounge
(25:12) - Perspective on patience
(29:23) - What would be your core memories?
(32:06) - Would we becoming unchanging and stagnant
(33:43) - Would people choose to live to 500?
(37:51) - How would we view the family structure?
(42:48) - How long would 'we' try to live?
(46:20) - Ending comments & V4V
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