And, war is merely another avenue of human expression. I'm not being sarcastic; war is humanity's ultimate method of displaying one of life's most basic qualities: violence. The act of giving life is a violent act. Taking life is violent. Life itself creates, and destroys. Oftentimes there is a little bit of both in any given event.
And not all wars are fought with physical weapons. Nor are they always obvious.
Life extension is something I have been interested in since I was a teenager. It began when I read Life Extension: A Practical Scientific Approach, by Durk Pearson.
This subject has been brought up on this forum numerous times, and I do not wish to repeat what has already been said, but I have never understood the idea that a significantly increased lifespan would somehow decrease the quality of one’s life, or decrease the value of life. I have always thought the meaning of life was to go as long as you could without dying. Obviously, not everyone agrees.