OK, here I am getting dizzy again trying to figure out which experts are right. On one hand, I have read where the younger generation will not live as long as their parents' or grandparents' generation did. These experts give for the reason less wholesome diets (and of course the "experts" also disagree on what is a wholesome diet), insufficient exercise, pollution, new strains of viruses, and all sorts of nasty things.
Then yesterday I go to the Post Office and in my box is the new Discover magazine and on the cover one of the articles that it lists is "Immortality within a decade?". Dang, if that is true and people start to live for a long, long time (like for ever), what would everybody eat or where would they live? Eventually it would be so crowded we would be like sardines in a can. Procreation would have to be outlawed. That would really mess up everything. I believe that we should be born, live a productive life, and die; at least the physical bodies. Although I don't think "Immortality within a decade" is a good idea, I hope all of you will live a long, productive, and happy life, you hear?