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would full quantum computer simulation of human cell lead to biological immortality ?

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would it lead to halting aging and reversing it ?

 



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The same answer as anything involving immortality...

 

 

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I THINK SO



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It would help, but it wouldn't provide us with a way to biological immortality - "just" a tool for simulating the aging process and a means of testing what does and what does not work against it (note that you'd have to simulate not a cell, but tissue -every kind of it- along with environmental interactions (including interactions with various types of bacteria...), and preferably at speeds far faster than real time.

 

if we are to see biological immortality within our lifetimes, this sort of development is probably straight out necessary, yet we're so far away from it that it's depressing to think about. Well at least quantum computers are less than a decade away now.

 

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because we will  have better understanding of the genetic mechanism and how it work 







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