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Well, these aren't "breakthroughs" in the way we see them. They're puzzle pieces to bigger issues. Tests that look good to the media so it sensationalizes them. The sperm one, for example, was tested on mice, not humans. So we're not sure it'll work for us, and of course, ethics will slow that test to a crawl. Would it be nice? Sure. I for one am all OVER the idea of synthetically created designer organs ,made via cloning/braindead birthing since ours break so easily. But then there's the whole "playing god" thing, the costs, etc etc. We're very close to a LOT of crazy things, but there's an insane amount of prerequisites to make them a reality. Chances are you won't be seeing the "waifu age" as so many of these people put it for hundreds of years.
You're underestimating the exponential of information technology. Forget 100 years, by 2060 we'll have computers billions of times smarter than us. To think we won't undergo explosive change in the next 2 or 3 decades is too pessimistic for me.
You do have a point, looking at our current rapid growth of tech. Hell, in the last 20 years look what we've done, right? I guess you could say I'm just trying to be realistic, too. Though pessimistic is an accurate word. We thought we'd have flying cars by 2000 in the 60's. We've all but abandoned that for more information based tech. Who's to say we won't find a ceiling on info tech and go to something else?
Well info tech has been going steady for at least the last 100 years so there is no reason to believe it will stop anytime soon. When Moore's law reaches the end of it's cycle we'll probably just go to 3D processors rather than the flat ones we are using now (already developed in labs, not cost effective to implement to consumers yet). The thing that differentiates flying cars and similarly things is that they are not an information technology like the computer is. It's extremely predicatable.
It might be true that their is no evidence to say it will continue forever, but also no reason to think it has an end either. We only need around 10-30 years before the grand waifu age is upon us. I say 30 in case of bureaucratic red tape because the
method for a full dive vr experience would be ethically questionable
most likely we will have the option of putting nanobots directly into our brain (through the bloodstream) that would wrap around our neurons and could override our senses. It could also improve our memory, mathematical abilities, etc.
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