Immortality: Is it actual, possible, or impossible?

A logical analysis of a scientific report

Edina Abena Jackson wrote an intriguing essay titled There’s no limit to how long people can live, researchers say.” The essay you are reading now is a sidestep from Ms. Jackson’s main concern, but it is nevertheless all about her essay, and not a change of subject. If you want to fully understand my essay, you might want to read hers afterwards. My main point is that her title is a bit click-baity, because it describes a discovery far more exciting than the actual content…

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I am White Anglo-Saxon Protestant Male Heterosexual cisgendered highly educated able-bodied affluent and thin. Hope to learn from those living on the margins.

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