A JELLYFISH may be immortal, scientists believe. The turritopsis nutricula, a transparent 4-5mm diameter predator normally found in warm tropical waters, is the only known animal that is capable of reverting to its juvenile polyp state, the Times Online reports. source: http://www.news.com.au/story/0,27574,24970100-23109,00.html With our obsession with slowing the ageing process and hanging on to our youth, I wonder if there will be a time where we actually succeed. I assume most of us would like to avoid death, and live on indefinitely .. BUT when you consider the consequences, do we really want it? 1- Population .. with nobody dying, how can we continue to bear children into a world their is no room for? 2- Family .. if the answer to the first question is to stop reproducing, then their would be no traditional family .. no kids, just a planet full of ageless adults. 3- Economy ... wealth built over an eternity we'd all end up RICH.. BUT the value of money would ZERO right? So I guess we're all worthless? No growth ... No-one to work .. etc. Add your views.