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Why is everyone so afraid of death?


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#61 seivtcho

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 05:49 AM

Since when has any huan said"I have enough. I'll never purchase another product."


I am thinking on this way :) I have only 2 plasma 3D TVs and I do not need 10 more :) I have my own appartment and my own villa and another appartment at the sea :) and I am not thinking of purchasing another real estates that only to be a passive for me. I also have only one PC + only one laptop + 1 smartphone + 1 tablet and I am not planning to replace them soon.


Nevertheless it is true that there exist greed. In a future immortal society it seems that rules will have to be considered, that will allow the purchasing of an exact number of the different types of goods in order not to be depleted the natural resources.


The 3000 people without homes if are immortal and if they can work, they will be able either to accomulate their money and buy a house, or take a credit, buy a house and play their credit after only 10 - 20 - 30 - 40 years, which is nothing in terms of the enternity.

#62 Julia36

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Posted 24 December 2014 - 08:14 PM

1. Death is reversible.


2. Suffering is haltable and reversible.




Meaning is one that existentialists tried to solve. You fill your life with meaningful pleasurable things and minimise chores.


We are acting a s a species (or why group debates) with the hope/aim to end death and suffering eg through a.i.

In a Superform I think I'll have other values. My instincts doent expect/beleive that though, I have to trust my logic on it. That's hard because I'm not living by reason.


We need an utterly new philosophy to cope with no death and no suffering: both and thought achievable with enough science.


Where do we find meaning? No in contrast with death and suffering anymore. It may be that our destiny is not to cohabit the environment as part of groups but as self-sufficient beings, and there is no biological nor physical precedent.


Our most secret and profound goals may melt as Superintelligence arrives:


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