In stumbling across this item, I remembered that I had written
about the oldest living human beings back in 2006.
Those two oldest living back in 2006 (below)are now deadhttp://www.scienceagogo.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=9199
But a new World record, uncomfirmed, of Sakhan Dosova, a Kazakhstan woman, who is reported to be 130 years old.
Below with pictureshttp://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/meet-the-oldest-living-woman-at-130-384385
But there is also an Brazilian woman 'Maria Lucimar Pereira' confirmed, to be 121 years old.http://www.treehugger.com/green-food/worlds-oldest-person-found-thriving-in-the-amazon.html
What ever the truth regarding those two. There can be no doubt that people are living longer. In an almost useless body?
So back to Immortality for Humans by 2045
Its quite obvious that the "Discovery News" article below, does not envisage living forever in ones own body.
But the article seems to suggest the transference, little by little, of ones own brain into an artificial system?
Enough said...the article deserves to be put in the trash bin.
But then I remembered the Russians transfered a second head onto a living dog many years ago. A two headed dog.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Head_transplant
So from the Discovery articles point of view, it might just be possible to transplant at least part of ones brain
into a younger person, by 2045?.....so maybe I should let this article stand as is.