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Steve Alvest


What would the world be like if nobody could die?

I let the AI populate this list.

If this question intrigues you, you might enjoy a short story I wrote a couple of years ago called The Gift.


    1. Unlimited Overpopulation

    If nobody could die, the population of the world would skyrocket, leading to overpopulation, overcrowding, and a lack of resources. This would lead to increased competition for resources, resources being spread too thin, and the inability to sustain such a massive population.

    2. Decreased Diversity

    Without death, new ideas, innovations, and technologies would not be introduced or implemented. Without death, the world would stagnate and become a stagnant, unchanging environment with little to no diversity or cultural change.

    3. The Rise of Technology

    The need to find new ways to accommodate the evergrowing population would lead to a massive growth in technology and automation. As technology advances, it would become increasingly difficult for humans to keep up, leading to a reliance on machines and robots to do the work that humans can no longer do.

    4. Societal Changes

    The lack of death would create a new social dynamic, where people would have to adapt to living in close quarters and having to share resources. This could lead to a new social structure, one that is based on cooperation and collaboration instead of competition and individualism.

    5. Environmental Changes

    With so many people alive, the environment would be drastically impacted, leading to overconsumption of resources as well as pollution. This could lead to drastic changes in the climate, which would need to be managed and monitored in order to ensure the survival of the human race.

    6. Heaven on Earth

    If nobody could die, the world would quite literally be a paradise. People would no longer have to worry about their own mortality and could focus instead on living their best lives. People would live together in harmony, without fear of death or suffering. This would lead to great advances in technology, science, and medicine, as people would have the time and resources to explore new ideas.

    7. Population Overload

    Without death, the population of the world would continue to grow and grow, leading to a population overload. The world would become overcrowded, leading to a lack of resources and a decrease in overall quality of life. People would be forced to live in cramped, uncomfortable conditions, and the environment would suffer from the strain of too many people.

    8. Eternal Struggles

    Without death, people would be stuck in a neverending cycle of struggling against one another. Without the fear of death, people would be more likely to take risks and make bold decisions, which could lead to more conflict. As people would no longer be able to die, the world would potentially be in a constant state of war, as people would never have to accept defeat.

    9. Loss of Diversity

    Without death, people would not be able to experience different stages of life. This would lead to a lack of diversity in the world, as people would be stuck in a single stage of life, unable to learn and experience new things. Additionally, the world would be limited to the knowledge and perspectives of those who have been around for the longest.

    10. Imbalanced Morality

    Without death, people would no longer have a real sense of morality or justice. People would be more likely to commit crimes

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