You can read the article here, but that's not why I made the thread. I made this thread because I'd like to discuss the good, bad and ugly of immortality. Although some may be doubtful of the entire immortality idea, there are several ways of this happening. I think transferring one's brain from a body to another is the most likely way for this to happen. (At least over living forever in the same body) The only problem I see with this is, we either would have to grow bodies (test tubes, anyone?) specifically to give to people that want (can afford it) to live forever, or, one could buy one's body (let's say someone wants to pay for an expensive treatment for a loved one but can't afford it, so said person could sell his/her body to someone who wants to transfer their brain to the body in question, ultimately killing the person who's being bought) So, Do you think faith would cease to exist if immortality became the new thing? Why would one need to believe in God or an afterlife, if, well, you're on earth forever. (Or at least in our universe/galaxy/human state of mind, whatever) Do you think these controversial methods could start a violent war between people who believe in this treatment and not? Something similar to the war between Abortion Doctors and citizens who are pro life. I had a few other points I wanted to make but when I was thinking of them I was drifting into sleep and can't remember them. What do you think?