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A popular criticism of radical life extension is that society and life cycles would break down. But that's not what happens in organisms whose lives we dramatically increased in the lab.
A number of researchers and utopian pundits are promising radical life extension, if not unlimited lifespans. But the science behind their claims is shaky to non-existent.
Would you pay $6,000 for advice from a doctor who claims he could help you live longer by making it up as he goes along?