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Assume human lifespan is now 150-200 years: how differently would people treat the first 50 years of life? What does education and choosing what to learn change with that much extra life?
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A lot depends on what other enhancements we get to ourselves during that same time. I don't think we'll be able to reverse aging without learning enough about ourselves to make lots of other modifications. At the very least, imagine pulling your brain plasticity back to 4-year-old levels and learning more languages.
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Depends on if development, brain plasticity, virility, looks the same as now. First 50 years goldilocks zone followed by 100 years of relative decrepitude looks basically the same as now.
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might depend on plasticity still. in this scenario is cognitive peak still mid-20s?
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feel like multi language education would skyrocket
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more gap years
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I think the successful would never stop learning and would be superhuman by the time they were 100. I dont think you have to have more time to want to learn or get better you just need the desire to learn and get better. The need for advanced education is moot with ai, you just have to know how to ask questions.
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Eeeek, I don’t think there is anyone who can predict it. Instinct says more of the same pattern. We might accomplish more as a species, but we may also hold ourselves back through gatekeepers sticking longer.
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depends if chaotic or stable era
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Man I’m smoking a blunt rn and this is just a pro founding question to ask a man while smoking 🤣
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Does living longer suggest more plasticity? If so I would hope it allows more people to pursue more passions and make meaningful progress in them
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We may need to adapt to an evolution of careers at that point beyond our current paradigm of “up the ladder” - after mastery of one it may make a ton of sense to move to an adjacent discipline
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Then school times x2 😂
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Depends on wether alcohol was eliminated to achieve such longevity or not
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Assume Mora is 125 years, 7 months and 8 days old. She decided she has seen all she wanted and said all she needed. But she is up to be minted for another 9 days.. https://zora.co/collect/base:0x42f1270616afbcd352d26181f60b4ac09204708d/26?referrer=0xbcd980d37293CBee62Bf5f93a26a0B744C18964D
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more years of making things more efficient and creating data for the future. work sparsely.
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I always have a hard time with these hypotheticals. I feel like if we have the tech to increase lifespan by 100 years then 100 years later we should have the tech to increase lifespan indefinitely.
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20 $degen in brazil i would have said you rented a triplex in my mind. this would make teenagers up to the fifties.
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