The Last Mortal Generation: How Science Will Alter Our Lives in the 21st Century

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New Holland, 1999 - Science - 256 pages
Inspired by the debate about cloning and recent discoveries about the causes of cancer and ageing, this book seeks to explain research into genetic engineering, neuroscience, quantum theory and cosmology. It proposes evidence for the claim that science seems to be on the verge of providing what religion once offered - a genuine prospect of physical immortality and the option to understand the deepest mysteries of life, the universe and the human spirit.

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