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14 April 2019

WATCH: What if everybody knew when they were going to die?

What if we all knew precisely when we were going to die? How would that knowledge change day-to-day life?

Throughout history humanity has strived to prolong its life, aiming to survive for as long as possible by delaying death through all sorts of lifestyle choices and well-being techniques.

But, what if we all knew precisely when we were going to die? How would that knowledge change day-to-day life?

What impact would it have on global society? And, what sort of psychological shift would it inspire?

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