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Posted by Duane Eddy on August 14, 2003 01:31:08 UTC

I just suggested that we should be able to extend the life expectancy to several hundred years.
What is negative about that?

All I am suggesting is that if some inelegant guidance is used we will do better then random chance and survival of the fittest.

Do we have more or less species now then there were 1000 years ago?

Do you think these trends are going to change direction if we just set around and watch?

Perhaps God gave us inelegance for a reason.

Or perhaps He didnít.

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