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Gaurav said:
I've never looked into it, but I'm curious what the aspired nano-technology would do for aging though. Things always tend to break down through use, and one day, the brain diminishes to an unuseful state as well. If there would be ways to preserve other parts of the body virtually indefinitely.. or perhaps the brain is too delicate to interfere with in such a way, even for nano-machinery.
Most applications people associate with nanotechnology are just SF by now. Currently nanotechnology is just a catchier name for chemistry and has little to do with tiny machines.

I remember reading once the human bones and teeth are built for a lifetime of about 40 or 50 years while the brain could survive for 500 years if the other organs keep working, is just forgot where i read it...
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