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Forever Young - The Medecine of The Future
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Forever Young - The Medecine of The Future - Russian version (English Subtitles)
During the Paleolithic Area, 300,000 years ago, the average lifespan was 17 years. An elder citizen in Ancient Rome would have died by the age of 30, while a resident of Enlightenment-era Europe would live to be 45. However, during the last century, people have been reaching the age of 80 and beyond. Scientists confirm that there are now ways to extend a person’s lifespan to a thousand years. The medicine of the future will ensure eternal life for humanity. However, if people stop dying of old age, the world will face overpopulation, which will lead to environmental disaster, starvation, and war... Death is a fundamental fact of life. Is it worth defying? At a time of unrelenting progress, it should only take 10-15 years to find out...