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Sunday, March 18, 2018

In 30 years people promised to resurrect from the dead

American entrepreneur Josh Bocanegra made a statement that by 2045 the raising people from the dead will become a reality. Such a bold prediction, he explained the belief that after three decades, people’s minds will be possible to migrate to a bionic body.

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Josh Bocanegra said that he sees the futility of finding ways to stop the aging of the body, because this process seems to him a natural and generally unavoidable. At the same time, from the point of view of the entrepreneur, it does not mean that repeatedly extend the life of the man is not others, more “realistic” way.

The essence of the proposal of the scientist is to keep the human brain in a frozen state, while the technology will not be developed enough to create for him a new bionic body (that is created artificially, however, the principle of operation and functions not too different from “real”). Such body, as predicted by Josh Bocanegra, will become reality by the middle of this century, although at first will be available only for very wealthy people. According to the businessman, “the technology of the future” will extend human life to at least 500 years, retaining their identity during this period. This will allow people “to approach immortality”, quotes the words of Bocanegra a number of media.

The majority of serious experts considered the forecasts announced Bocanegra, unreasonably brave, although he admitted that some “prerequisites” for the emergence of the described technologies exist today – as an example, a prosthesis controlled by thought.


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