Paul Sheriff writes:
If we could stop the aging process or reverse it, at what age would you choose to stay? Also, if your newborn daughter caught up to the same age as you and you only had the means for one of you to stay young (say the pills were $50,000 a year), would you keep her younger or yourself?
I don’t think of myself as an age, so any given number is completely irrelevant. I never long for the days when I was younger, and I don’t ever long for the days when I’m older.
That, and I probably wouldn’t buy pills at $50,000 a year.
I wouldn’t pay for anybody to be younger, either, though I would probably pay for someone to live twice as long if they so wished.