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14506827 No.14506827 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

If your organ shuts down, can it reboot? Serious question. Does the organ die completely when shut down?

>> No.14506951

>If your organ shuts down, can it reboot?
> Does the organ die completely when shut down?

>> No.14506953

my organ shuts down and reboots every day

>> No.14507019

So if the doctor tells you "your liver has shut down" then you're just screwed? That sucks.

>> No.14507024

You must by the updates from Bill Gates.

You will own nothing, not even your own body, and be happy about it.

>> No.14507025

mostly no*
mostly yes*
things aren't always so clear cut anon
you're getting a transplant in that case

>> No.14507143

Current medical ability is unable to reboot organs to any meaningful degree, but eventually human bodily entropy will be reversed given enough advancement in gene therapy. Once we're able to clone and grow organs for someone's body with a 95% acceptance rate, we will be able to pursue cell regeneration, i.e physical immortality*. When you're able to replace your old lungs with that of your young adult self, lifespans will be up to over an average of one hundred years.

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