Originally Posted by Unstupituous
Except if less people died, there would be less room for everyone. Then our gains from better uses of resources would disappear as there would be more people and we are back to square one again.
Same prediction has been made for centuries, and there are more resources available per person now than their has been at any point in history.
Agelessness might produce another population boom, but that would not last. One way or another growth would fall to the replacement rate.
Also, it's unlikely that the most rapidly growing populations would be able to afford whatever treatments were necessary to provide agelessness.
Also, being back to "square one", except being able to expect to live 10 or 20 times as long, wouldn't be such a bad thing, in my opinion.
Originally Posted by BlackVenom
that'll give you the desired results (assuming we figure out that unfreezing thing).
And assuming anyone cares enough to spend the time and money needed to repair a random freezer burnt corpse.