Immortality in science

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Alexis Carrel The Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1912, Alexis Carrel, managed to keep alive an in vitro chicken heart during a period in which the estimates vary, according to sources, from 28 years to 37 years. However, the typical … Read More

Contemporary perception of the immortality of the body

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(Fountain of Eternal Life in Cleveland (Ohio), United States) Observation in the animal kingdom Biological forms have limitations that man dreams to overtaken by medical interventions or engineering, or a cellular rejuvenation, or cellular reprogramming. Natural selection has developed a … Read More

Immortality of the soul and religious traditions

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Immortality is the fact for a living to escape death and stay alive for indefinite period of time, meaning to be eternal. At least since the Egypt of the pharaohs, many religions consider a post-mortem life whose conditions depend on … Read More

Immortality in science

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Alexis Carrel The Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1912, Alexis Carrel, managed to keep alive an in vitro chicken heart during a period in which the estimates vary, according to sources, from 28 years to 37 years. However, the typical … Read More

Contemporary perception of the immortality of the body

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(Fountain of Eternal Life in Cleveland (Ohio), United States) Observation in the animal kingdom Biological forms have limitations that man dreams to overtaken by medical interventions or engineering, or a cellular rejuvenation, or cellular reprogramming. Natural selection has developed a … Read More

Immortality of the soul and religious traditions

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Immortality is the fact for a living to escape death and stay alive for indefinite period of time, meaning to be eternal. At least since the Egypt of the pharaohs, many religions consider a post-mortem life whose conditions depend on … Read More