What medical science will achieve before the other “eternal” life
By Serge Kreutz
Long before medical science will achieve to give humans an indefinite lifespan by being able to make death by organ failure largely avoidable, it will be able to make anybody look an age of somewhere between 20 and 30, regardless of what a person’s real age is.
Actually, we ahave already reached the stage of this “mode of production”.
A woman who today is 22 years old can realistically expext to look no older than 33 when in fact, she will be 66. Provided, she does everything right.
Doing everything right means that she will start using small dosages of Botox from now on, to prevent her skin from developing wrinkles around the eyes.
She will also undergo repeated facelifts in the coming decades.
She will avoid too much exposure to the sun, as sun radiation is a major factor in skin aging.
To preserve a youthful figure, as well as genital beauty, she will not get pregnant and not give birth (pregnancy and childbirth by surrogate mothers is an elegant alternative).
But please be aware: Our mode of production is at a stage where we can preserve the youthfull appearance of a face, not where we could give everybody exactly the face she or he may select from a catalogue.
The Michael Jackson experiment showed that natural tissue doesn’t adjust well to a magnitude of implants and structural changes.
This, our current mode of production, as it relates to the preservance of youthful, attractive faces and bodies up to an age at which our parents had long lost all sex appeal, will have a great impact on the philosophical, or ideological, superstructures.
The most relevant impact will be on the feminist movement, which will shed its antisexual facettes. These antisexual facettes anyway were nothing but a direct consequence of women losing there sexual market value rather fast from an age between 30 and 40, and in Third World countries even considerably earlier.
Women who are sexy until sixtysix are unlikely to join feminist groups that deplore the fact that men break their marriage vows and go after younger women. They themselves will value optimal sexual experience with more than just one lifelong partner.