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Topic: The death is inevitable

Leading scientific sites, including Science Daily and Science Alert, and behind them and futurological issuings of type Singularity Hub told about surprising discovery. Scientists from University of Arizona  proved that eternal life is impossible also aging of the person inevitably. Scientific research appeared in log of National academy of Sciences of the USA. As one of authors explains, evolutionary biologist Dzhoanna of Oils, DNA of the person is arranged in such a manner that the pursuit of "eternal youth" by all means leads to other problems. If to get rid of old cells the cancer start to prosper. If to get rid from cancer the organism will be filled with old cells. It is impossible to get rid of those and others simultaneously. "Aging  is inevitable, - summarizes Oils. - logically, theoretically and  the output simply is not present". http://www.dsnews.ua/future/memento-mor … 2017220000

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Hello, Trotsky, you wrote: Leading scientific sites, including Science Daily and Science Alert, and behind them and futurological issuings of type Singularity Hub told about surprising discovery. Scientists from University of Arizona  proved that eternal life is impossible also aging of the person inevitably. Scientific research appeared in log of National academy of Sciences of the USA. "" prove only mathematical theorems.... <<RSDN@Home 1.0.0 alpha 5 rev. 0>>

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Logically, theoretically and  the output simply is not present And the full operating virtual copy on the hypothetical super server is considered it for life continuation?

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Hello, TimurSPB, you wrote:> Logically, theoretically and  the output simply is not present TSP> And the full operating virtual copy on the hypothetical super server is considered it for life continuation? For you - is not present. For others,

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Hello, Trotsky, you wrote: death of a transitory jacket. Recently any serial looked, there  reason copied in other body, and lived infinitely... As it... The title is connected to any metal Recalled, not metal. Altered Carbon - here so the serial is called

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TSP>> And the full operating virtual copy on the hypothetical super server it is considered for life continuation? D> for you - is not present. For others Why it for me is not present? What I, whether red that?

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wl.> hello, Trotsky, you wrote: wl.> death of a transitory jacket. wl.> recently any serial looked, there  reason copied in other body, and lived infinitely... As it... The title is connected to any metal the Black mirror, Filipa K. Dika's Electrical dreams, Modified carbon. A subject generally the popular.

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Hello, Trotsky, you wrote: As one of authors explains, evolutionary biologist Dzhoanna of Oils, DNA of the person is arranged in such a manner that the pursuit of "eternal youth" by all means leads to other problems. If to get rid of old cells the cancer start to prosper. If to get rid from cancer the organism will be filled with old cells. It is impossible to get rid of those and others simultaneously. Probably. Generally no hindrances in simultaneous cleaning of an organism from cancer and  are present cells. Simply it is necessary to do it by exterior means. Esteem this delightful history how the American doctors developed a personal virus medicine against a cancer and successfully it used: https://geektimes.ru/post/292143/Certainly, any system for counteraction to chaos should consume any amount of energy. From this point of view the Universe cools down sooner or later and breaks up in ashes - that is called as thermal death. But it is possible, our mission in the far future - to find a method to abandon this Universe or to create new, based on other mathematical base in which there is no second beginning of thermodynamics and eternal decay.

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Hello, anonymouse2, you wrote: A> Certainly, any system for counteraction to chaos should consume any amount of energy. From this point of view the Universe cools down sooner or later and breaks up in ashes - that is called as thermal death. But it is possible, our mission in the far future - to find a method to abandon this Universe or to create new, based on other mathematical base in which there is no second beginning of thermodynamics and eternal decay. It absolutely agree. Not clearly why so it is ridiculous Stanislaw K and s_aa???

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Hello, Dimonka, you wrote: D> Hello, TimurSPB, you wrote:>>> Logically, theoretically and  the output simply is not present TSP>> And the full operating virtual copy on the hypothetical super server is considered it for life continuation? D> for you - is not present. For others, I here always was disturbed by a teleportation question in the given context, whether it will be equivalent death , and creations of its clone in an assignment point, for the exterior observer all will look normal - one entered and  quitted, but   dies in entry point, and its consciousness does not appear in exit point, there there will be  other person with a copy of memories from initial

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>>> Logically, theoretically and  the output simply is not present TSP>>> And the full operating virtual copy on the hypothetical super server is considered it for life continuation? D>> for you - is not present. For others, W> I here always was disturbed by a teleportation question in the given context, whether it will be equivalent death , and creations of its clone in an assignment point, W> for the exterior observer all will look normal - one entered and  quitted, W> but   dies in entry point, and its consciousness does not appear in exit point, there there will be  other person with a copy of memories from initial I considered as well it seems that at deaths door the person before its revival its person remains in the selected slot thus when there is other suitable body, this slot is connected to it

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Hello, Trotsky, you wrote: Leading scientific sites, including Science Daily and Science Alert, and behind them and futurological issuings of type Singularity Hub told about surprising discovery. Like and not the British scientists, and all there.

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Hello, Wawan, you wrote: D>> For you - is not present. For others, W> I here always was disturbed by a teleportation question in the given context, whether it will be equivalent death , and creations of its clone in an assignment point, W> for the exterior observer all will look normal - one entered and  quitted, W> but   dies in entry point, and its consciousness does not appear in exit point, there there will be  other person with a copy of memories from initial Dak wake up too  other person with a copy of memories from the initial in the morning...

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Hello, Wawan, you wrote: W> for the exterior observer all will look normal - one entered and  quitted, W> but   dies in entry point, and its consciousness does not appear in exit point, there there will be  other person with a copy of memories from initial And if  to lull before  - to it will be all the same,  it or brought on a horse on a cart.

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: W>> for the exterior observer all will look normal - one entered and  quitted, W>> but   dies in entry point, and its consciousness does not appear in exit point, there there will be  other person with a copy of memories from initial L> In a film "Prestige" (Prestige) a bit different situation: one enters and there is its exact copy, but it anywhere does not disappear! Violation of the law conservation of energy.

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Hello, marcopolo, you wrote: M> Violation of the law conservation of energy. e = mc 2

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Hello, marcopolo, you wrote: M> And if  to lull before  - to it will be all the same,  it or brought on a horse on a cart.  me vague doubts...

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Hello, Shmj, you wrote: S> it absolutely agree. S> it is not clear why so ridiculously Stanislaw K and s_aa??? And Vovka a horse-radish does not agree with that that you agree. Probably you forgot to coordinate the consent with it

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Hello, TimurSPB, you wrote: TSP> And the full operating virtual copy on the hypothetical super server it is considered for life continuation? And , the virtual copy of type does not grow old? Even if it full?

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Hello, Trotsky, you wrote: As one of authors explains, evolutionary biologist Dzhoanna of Oils, DNA of the person is arranged in such a manner that the pursuit of "eternal youth" by all means leads to other problems. If to get rid of old cells the cancer start to prosper. If to get rid from cancer the organism will be filled with old cells. Not the organism relieves the mathematician of cancer cells, and immunity. Here now of old cells did not get rid also it does not hinder to appear in an organism cancer, and, the  cells, the it is more risk of development of the cancer.

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Hello, Trotsky, you wrote: As one of authors explains, evolutionary biologist Dzhoanna of Oils, DNA of the person is arranged in such a manner that the pursuit of "eternal youth" by all means leads to other problems. If to get rid of old cells the cancer start to prosper. If to get rid from cancer the organism will be filled with old cells. It is impossible to get rid of those and others simultaneously. "Aging  is inevitable, - summarizes Oils. - logically, theoretically and  the output simply is not present". To begin with start up increase the period of youth of time in 3. That in 30 summer state the person of years hundred cores. It will be already good. Well and the general typical life expectancy of years to 150-200.

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Hello, TimurSPB, you wrote: TSP>>> And the full operating virtual copy on the hypothetical super server it is considered for life continuation? D>> for you - is not present. For others, TSP> Why it for me is not present? What I, whether red that? Yield to you HDD with your virtual copy. There will be on HDD you or not you? And if it HDD about a wall to burst - something you will experience?

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Hello, Trotsky, you wrote: DNA is damaged during life and than further subjects above risk of a cancer. The output of the healthy person "If would be desirable to live eternally it is necessary to invent as to repair DNA and to delete cancer cells." Your output "the Death is inevitable"

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> P.S. By the way, Clifford Sajmaka has a novel on this subject: Transfer station (Way Station). "Reserve of goblins" ?