Here's another Aubrey de Grey lecture:http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=-5362165726110332318&q=aubrey+de+grey&total=87&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=0
I've begun to see this business in a different way. Its goal is not just immortality, it's about curing a lot of the geriatric afflictions that old people have to suffer: arthritis, Alzheimers, blindness, deafness etc. That can't be bad. When I'm old I might rethink about whether I'd have this kind of treatment. Although it would also involve the bonus, or side-effect, of incresing my life span. If I still feel the same way about that then as I do now it makes me wornder what I'd do. Would I be willing to commit suicide if I lived past a certain age?