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How to achieve immortality — 9 Comments

  1. Fuckwits.
    Does the administrative state of Ireland have an equivalent of the administrative state of United Kingdoms Cancer Act 1939?

    • I have no idea.  It wouldn’t surprise me.  A lot of our laws date back to Victorian times before we became independent.

  2. What a bunch of maroons!  Apparently like you Grandad,  I got my skin cancer and prostate cancer because I’m over 50yo and because I’m tall. Geez what a bunch of unscientific mumbo jumbo   

    • Life is as dangerous as arsenic.  Every single one of us is doomed as we are all infected with Life – the world’s deadliest non-communicable disease.

  3. Life gives you cancer.It’s similar to corrosion in a car-body, the steel components will get it eventually, some sooner than others: sometimes a bit of treatment, e.g. welding, can gain some extended use but eventually the tin-worm will become too serious and the bodywork will succumb.   If you crash and destroy the car, then you avoid that inevitable future body-rot problem, but at what price.   What about fibre-glass cars, I hear you say?   Well they’ve all got steel chassis components, so even they don’t escape.If nothing else kills a human earlier, the body-rot will eventually do the job.   Living a righteous life won’t mean you’ll live forever – as my wise old dad used to say, “If you don’t drink, don’t smoke and don’t go with mucky women, you won’t live any longer, it will just feel like it”.

    • Can you just imagine the frustration – you live a soulless life avoiding anything that may cause cancer only to discover you are going to die anyway?  It’s a bit like living in a strict monastery only to discover there’s no afterlife.

  4. World Cancer Research Fund You remember them surely, the people who threatened us with death by bacon.  ‘Ban bacon’ say cancer experts2007″The World Cancer Research Fund study found strong evidence that eating red meat and processed meats such as pastrami, salami, and frankfurters can cause bowel cancer.””It also found a direct link between obesity and alcohol intake and the likelihood of falling victim to cancer.Survey chair Sir Michael Marmot, professor of epidemiology and public health at University College London, was surprised at these findings.””He said: “We have known about obesity and overweight in relation to cardio-vascular disease and diabetes. The idea that it is strongly linked to cancer, I think, is relatively new.”He also suggested the direct link between increased weight and increased cancer risk was even stronger than the link between cigarettes and cancer:”With smoking, we know that if you smoke you increase your risk, but most smokers in the end don’t get cancer, so it’s not a one-to-one relation,” he explained.”https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/23812/Ban-bacon-say-cancer-experts I don’t think I’ll ever forget.

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