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Immortality will come, a world revealing when we live forever is not far away

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Futurist Ray Kurzweil predicts that by 2030, microscopic gelatins in our bodies will cure disease and live forever.

You’re 40, but you’re not Dwayne Johnson; This is the time in life when your body doesn’t recover from a good workout as quickly as it used to; When you eat pizza, it stays with you longer, and poor sleep can trigger a week of back pain. Of course, this could all be a thing of the past, according to the New York Post, a scientist has predicted that we will soon be able to cure diseases and live forever. Futurist Ray Kurzweil believes humans will be able to achieve high levels of immortality by 2030.

Imagine a world where you could eat that pizza, and your body would take what it needs from the pizza and kick out the rest or be able to tell you exactly what it needs to be healthy. This is how Kurzweil thinks immortality will be achieved by 2030 with microscopic micro-robots that will live in your bloodstream, scavenging what you need and scavenging the rest. Not only that, but they will also look for abnormalities in the body that are usually responsible for the development of diseases such as cancer and eliminate them from the body as well.

If this futuristic immortal world of 2030 looks like this blade runnerYou might be right, but Kurzweil has already been right about a lot of these things. According to his own report (so maybe take that with a grain of salt) he accurately predicted that consumers would have the ability to design their clothes from personal computers by 1999. He also predicted that the best chess player in the world would lose by 2000. and that people would increasingly use essential laptops by 2009.

Of course, divination in the scientific community (including everyone using high-speed wireless internet by 2010) has caught the attention of many Silicon Valley billionaires, including Peter Thiel and Jeff Bezos. The former, the entrepreneur behind PayPal, was an early investor in Unity Biotechnology, which creates therapies to delay age-related diseases at the cellular level and raised more than $100 million for the company in 2016. The founder and former CEO of Amazon has invested in Altos Labs, a biotech startup focused on programming cellular regeneration to restore cellular health and resilience, with the goal of reversing disease to change medicine.

Of course, it’s not like you’re going to have a few Terminators hunting for cancer cells like Sarah Conner giving birth to the leader of the human resistance. According to Kurzweil, these little robots are likely to look more like gelatin; A 3D-printed device could one day replace traditional pills or injections that can cause problematic side effects.

You might be getting older by the day, but if Kurzweil is right and we reach what he calls “singularity” by 2045 (meaning we’ve combined our intelligence with artificial intelligence), and that the Jailbot has been in your body for 15 years, it might not matter. Honestly, while eternal life may sound great to some, retirement also seems like a thing of the past. I hope you are doing what you love.

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