Ok so yesterday I was watching this really old movie called The 6th Day which was about humans obtaining a kind of psuedo immortality through cloning after death combined with "memory transplantation". But that got me thinking; with the increasing rate of scientists discovering new technology, particularly within the nuerological department (i.e. prosthectic limbs operated partly by thought), some speculate it will be only be a matter of time before we achieve the perfect balance of man and machine within our own bodies making us impervious to natural death. Bringing to an end with it perhaps the greatest endeavour of man kind, achieving immortality not just philisophically but physically. But as they say the greatest obsticales to achievement is ourselves. There are people who would argue against, excuse the paradox, the death of death for the human race and if this objection be strong enough could at least delay this ultimate culmination of hundreds of years of effort. Perhaps even permanently. So what do you guys think about this? Is there even a possibility of this actually happening, or is the thought of human immortality forever to remain in science fiction films and the imaginations of scientists?