Live will be ten times longer than today



Robert A. Freitas Jr. : scientist
“Such interventions may become commonplace a few decades from today. Using annual checkups and cleanouts, and some occasional major repairs, your biological age could be restored once a year to the more or less constant physiological age that you select. You might still eventually die of accidental causes, but you’ll live at least ten times longer than you do now.”
Robert A. Freitas Jr. is a senior Research Fellow, one of four researchers at the nonprofit foundation Institute for Molecular Manufacturing


"Physics of the Future"