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Science Fiction’s Obsession with Human Mortality

A common theme and obstacle throughout science fiction stories is humans’ struggles with mortality, and their attempt to conquer it. There is a plethora of stories where a fear that man will be wiped out by themselves, a natural disaster, or some other entity is central to the plot. Other stories fanaticize about a future […] Continue reading

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Pausing the Clock

               Death comes for all of us. It is the great equalizer across the human species, and life in general for that matter. All life must come to an end. But what if it did not have to be this way? What if humans could obtain biological immortality? What could we achieve if we could […] Continue reading

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