Wow. Just wow. A pretty weird way to begin the day.
Even longevity. In the 18th century, every year, we added a few days to human life expectancy. In the 19th century, we added a few weeks, every year, to human life expectancy — so this is double exponential growth. We’re now adding about 150 days, every year, to human life expectancy,
and with the revolutions coming in genomics, perdiomics, therapeutic cloning, rational drug design, and the other biotechnology revolutions, within 10 years we’ll be adding more than a year, every year, to human life expectancy.