The normal to Humans has been dying for millions of years. Be it by diseases, accidents or old age and the search for immortality has been recorded since thousands of years ago. We have records of pharaohs, alchemists, emperors trying to find a way to immortality. Stories like the fountain of youth and the philosophers stone are told by books, movies and from tongue to tongue. The desire to live forever is in our nature as an intelligent race.
Now, after thousands of years trying to find it we are in 2013 and immorality may be as close as a few decades away. Now with all this in mind, how weird is to die in this century? It's like dying in the beach in my opinion.
It's ridiculous, we are so close to what thousands, millions of people desired for so long and it can all go to waste because of something "as little" as a cancer or a car accident because of some douche bag.
I don't know about you guys but if i die, in my final moments i will feel bad as f***! Even our grandparents or parents for those a bit older. You won't be able to spend the eternity with theme because of what? 50, 60 years of technological development? It's a real shame.
In the worst case scenario even us may not make it because of something like 10 or 20 years.
Also, death will be something of the past in 2150(just going safe) and beyond for sure. At least it will be rare. How will the future generations who never experienced the death of loved ones or felt the fear of it will look at us? How will they look at graveyards?