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wildlifer is no longer concerned about the afterlife:
This Economist article talks about the first machine to manufacture human organs. With this kind of technology within our grasp, it's clear that at least some of us will soon be able to live far beyond the the 120 years that up to now have been the upper boundary of a human life. But I'm wondering what the environmental and social significance of these developments will be.
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