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Brain. Photo: Pixabay / Disclosure / MF Global Press.
Brain. Photo: Pixabay / Disclosure / MF Global Press.

What is the best way to achieve immortality?

Cryogenics, DNA copy or robot memory storage?

Understand the search for the science that is working for us to be immortal.

The search for immortality has always been a theme in books, movies, in the thoughts of humans and scientists. Who wouldn't want to stay young forever or live forever? As many of you may have heard “we just have no solution for death” and it is the single biggest obstacle in life, because it is the only unsolved thing so far. But researchers are looking through artificial intelligence for a solution to be eternal and the dream of immortality may be closer than we think..

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Neuroscience has been exploring the effectiveness of mind transfer through current studies on the physical basis of memory. Whether through cryogenics, brain freeze, or transporting memories to a machine.

The neuroscientist PhD, neuropsychologist and artificial intelligence specialist, Fabiano de Abreu, explains how cryogenics work to eternalize memory: “Cryogenics is already successfully used in the preservation of human embryos and organs, but in the case of immortality, the process would have to take place while I live, which is not allowed in most countries, since after death you will not have your memories recovered because without oxygenation the neurological cells do not last more than five minutes and with that it is necessary to know the right moment to reactivate the brain, how to defrost it without damaging its structure.

He also points out that the memory storage process is done after a process with the corpse so that irreparable damage is not caused to the body's cells as a precaution for the brain not to suffer damage.

According to Abreu, DNA copying is more complex for those who want to achieve immortality, due to memories being limited: “One can have the hint of personality, but it doesn't have its mold. They will not have the full memories of a lifetime and as I said, without memory, there is no life.But for me, the most plausible is: Save the memory and implant it in a robot”, highlights.

Names like James Bedford, professor of psychology at the University of California, dead to 73 years victim of kidney cancer, Ted Williams, baseball star dead with 84 years, Robert Ettinger, precursor in cryogenics, dead with 93 years and Hal Finney, pioneer bitcoin programmer, dead with 93 years, await the moment to be thawed in the future.

Mental transference looks more like a fictional film where it involves a completely virtual world allowing you to upload your consciousness and memories to a computer. It doesn't cost to use your imagination, in the future, our thoughts will be, literally, in the cloud.

About Fabiano de Abreu

Doctor and Master in Health Psychology from the Université Libre des Sciences de l'Homme in Paris; Doctor and Master in Health Sciences in Psychology and Neuroscience at Emil Brunner World University; Master in Psychoanalysis by Instituto and Faculdade Gaio,Unesco; Post-Graduation in Neuropsychology by Cognos de Portugal; Three Post-Graduations in Neuroscience, cognitive, childish, learning by Faveni; Specialization in electrical property of neurons at Harvard; Specialist in Clinical Nutrition by TrainingHouse de Portugal. Neuroscientist, Neuropsicólogo, Psychologist, Psychoanalyst, Journalist and Philosopher from SPN - Portuguese Society of Neuroscience - Brazilian Society of Neuroscience and Behavior and Federation of European Neuroscience Societies.

Instagram: @fabianodeabreuoficial

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