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Making the cure for aging available to everyone, except those who voluntarily reproduce. Would this be a fair method of future population control?

Asked by: Literswater
Making the cure for aging available to everyone, except those who voluntarily reproduce. Would this be a fair method of future population control?
  • Well, sure, but there's one problem here.

    There is no cure for aging other then cryogenic freezing and that has an uncertain success rate. If we could cure aging giving the free cure to all those that don't reproduce would be a fairly good way to prevent growth but think about it. Would the creators of an aging cure give it out for free?

    Of course not. Even if it did exist it would go to the rich not the sterile and celibate.

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