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Question 1: [11] A body that could automatically treat itself from severe trauma, such as speculated uses for ________, would mitigate this factor.
NanotoxicologyNanoelectronicsDNA nanotechnologyNanotechnology

Question 2: Robert Freitas, a nanorobotics theorist, suggests tiny medical ________ could be created to go through human bloodstreams, find dangerous things like cancer cells and bacteria, and destroy them.
NanomedicineMolecular assemblerNanoroboticsMolecular nanotechnology

Question 3: ________ believe that boosting the amount or proportion of a naturally forming enzyme, telomerase, in the body could prevent cells from dying and so may ultimately lead to extended, healthier, lifespans.
ScientistScientific methodScienceNatural science

Question 4: They believe that after God has called the ________ they will go to what they describe as Mount Zion in Africa to live in freedom for ever.
Last JudgmentEschatologyEnd timeApocalypse

Question 5: ________, a jellyfish, after becoming a sexually mature adult, can transform itself back into a child (the polyp stage) using the cell conversion process of transdifferentiation.
HydrozoaTurritopsis nutriculaCnidariaHydra (genus)

Question 6: Aging is therefore presumed to be a byproduct of ________, but why mortality should be selected for remains a subject of research and debate.
Natural selectionPopulation geneticsEvolutionIntroduction to evolution

Question 7: Assuming the process to be possible and repeatable, this would provide immortality to the consciousness, as predicted by futurists such as ________.
Raymond KurzweilTechnological singularityTranshumanismArtificial intelligence

Question 8: Another view of immortality is traced to the Vedic tradition by the interpretation of ________:
Mal EvansThe BeatlesPattie BoydMaharishi Mahesh Yogi

Question 9: Essential to many of the world's religions is a doctrine of an eternal ________.

Question 10: The belief in an afterlife is a fundamental tenet of religions, including Hinduism, Sikhism, ________, Zoroastrianism, Islam, Judaism, and the Bahá'í Faith.
BaptistChristianityChristian denominationEcumenism

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