Eric Schulke Posted 9 months ago Movement for indefinite life extension: Why, why we should think we can and what we can do to help get there. Yes, it is for each person to decide. It is critical that we allow people the ability to choose for their self, rather than forgoing such technology and advances so that only the people that choose to die can have their choice. If people want to die, that is up to them, but stopping the rest of the world from having the choice is wrong. There will be a lot of adapting to do, that's right. We have gone through it with things like transitioning to farming, then to industry, to the tech era, etc. It's not always easy, but humanity seems to be getting better at it, as we're shuffling through transitions to the future at ever accelerating rates these days. With life secured, and potentially, things like nearly limitless energy, nearly ubiquitous production of goods and services by robots, etc, it seems that we will have the chance to help clean up many of the rest of the worlds problems and challenges in no time. I, for one, am eager to get there and cannot wait. Suffering is despicable, and through indefinite life extension, we can all be empowered to do something about it. With limitless life, there will be few excuses left for leaving injustices to thrive.