In article <JJ.95Mar3185139 at columbus.cis.ohio-state.edu> jj at columbus.cis.ohio-state.edu (John Josephson) wrote, among other things:
>I'm not especially interested in living long, independently of the
>quality of life. That is, I'd gladly give up some of the feeble
>period at the end for some enhanced "youthification" before.
But the situation is quite dynamic: Q is whether the extra "feeble"
years carry you to a time where de-feeblification is possible. If the
answer is No -- and the tricky part here is that we just can't answer
the Q yet -- then I agree w/your above statement.
Brian M. Delaney <b-delaney at uchicago.edu> [DO NOT cc: articles to me.]
<bmdelane at midway.uchicago.edu> [Wrists: "Leave unambiguous typos."]
Note: All statements in this article are in jest; they are not
statements of fact. * "Mein Genie ist in meinen Nuestern." -Nietzsche.