A scary concept. I often wonder what it would be like to live forever, how long would it take to get bored to the point of wanting to kill yourself? Perhaps when humans eventually die off as a species and there's nobody to even interact with, or maybe even much earlier than that... Would life even be worth living if other people around you weren't able to live on? Seeing your friends die, then your children, grandchildren etc would be incredibly painful and it wouldn't take long before you felt as if everything you did was completely pointless. I guess in the grand scheme of things anything you do is pointless anyway but I'd rather live a life absorbed in the rush of doing something rather than giving up completely.
If this post came off as being gloomy and/or depressing I apologize profusely, it was not my intention; the topic just happened to be on my mind for some reason. The question today for you all is if you were hypothetically given the chance to become immortal, would you? Or is it worse than death? In this scenario you would be not only invincible but also would retain your youthfulness so as to not age physically or develop stuff like Alzheimer's.