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Old 02-14-2013, 01:11 AM #8
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Originally Posted by 2shameless View Post
I'm thinking brain transplant into a 20 year old brainless clone every 20 years or so until dementia sets in. Then a memory/personality transfer into a cloned brain. Rinse/repeat. [email protected] immortality.
Yeah. Have you seen the 6th Day. It only became problematic once the guy who had his memory/personality transferred into a clone didn't die yet, and they met each other. That's when he knew it wasn't him.

But till that point of the movie, it was smooth sailing. The guy died, someone scanned his eye lids and transferred his memory up until the last thing he saw before death.
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