Source: Trend 21 generations may we walk the Earth today we are the last to know death, and that regenerative medicine, genetic research and biotechnology promise us radical longevity. The process will be gradual, since today’s children will witness the end of diabetes, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s or cancer and probably will live to 150 years. But in 2050 we may have a healthy body as a teenager for 500 or 5,000 years. By Michelle Hamer. If my grandfather Ron Casey, eighty-four, was born a few generations later, we would be talking about the “autumn” of his life, instead of “winter” and would be able to live another thirty-five years healthy carry out their whims.
Some of our more radical experts believe that in the next fifty years a person ninety years seems like thirty and feel like a forty-five thanks to the explosion of regenerative medicine to genetic research and biotechnology Today’s children could live to be 120 years or more. In this regard, the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, predicts that a woman born today has a 40 percent chance of surviving to 150 years. In fact, they say, our children may never die. “Five years ago it was difficult to hear a scientist using the word” immortality “, but that is exactly what is happening now,” says Joanne Nova, an Australian science degree in molecular biology and associated reader of Science in National University of Australia . “We could be the last generation of mortals,” he says.