Now this time I’m really having spasms. Clip 3 of a series of 4 clips promoting the new movie What If? The Movie has been released this morning, and in it, Kenneth L. Cavanaugh, a scientist, is talking about arresting the aging process.
I mean, my spasms are due to amazement that this quality movie is talking so openly about something that I’m rather interested in (and is perhaps generally considered a bit “whacky”).
If you would like to see my posts about the first 2 clips, they are here: What If? The Movie and What If? The Movie – Clip 2. The fourth and last promotional clip will be out in a couple of days, I imagine.
Here is Clip 3…
Kenneth is talking about how there have been many stories of people living for hundreds of years. I’ve heard of these too, but have not discussed them on this blog because I can’t personally verify them, and also because, to me, addressing whether we actually want to live for a very long time is the most pertinent thing.
If people think dying takes them to a better place, they won’t want to stay in their bodies. So on this blog I address ideas such as how we are “with God” right now, while alive (as much as we are when we are dead), and how we are responsible for creating our own heaven here in the physical realm.
So what do you think? Are you interested in hearing what scientists say about arresting the aging process?