Around 42 per cent said they wouldn’t take the pill, while 25 per cent said they weren’t sure.
states, the people fell into three separate age categories, but all voted in a similar way.
Eternal life? People aren't so keen
There were young people between the ages of 18 and 29, as well as seniors with an average age of 72 and an older bracket with an average age of 88 who all took part.
The figures were consistent across the three groups, but they did have differing opinions on which age they’d ideally be frozen at – with the 88-year-olds, perhaps understandably, stating they’d like to be frozen at a younger age than they were.
It’s not the only time that talk of immortality has made headlines over recent times.
Joli Moli, who goes by
on the platform, scared people with a
video she posted
that claimed that we may never really die, but instead, our
goes into an alternate reality – a theory known as quantum immortality.
In that alternate reality, we exist without the memories of the world we lived in prior, except for some details that don’t seem right.
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