The Rational Argumentator is proud to announce the first in its planned series of quizzes on indefinite life extension, a companion activity to the Resources on Indefinite Life Extension (RILE) page.
Read “Life is Worth Living – Forever” by G. Stolyarov II and answer the questions in the quiz below, in accordance with the essay. If you get 100% of the questions correct, you will earn the Longevity Appreciation badge, the first badge in The Rational Argumentator’s interactive educational series on indefinite life extension. You would need a free account with Mozilla Backpack to receive the badge.
Longevity Appreciation Quiz
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Read “Life is Worth Living – Forever” by G. Stolyarov II and answer the questions in this quiz in accordance with the essay. If you get 100% of the questions correct, you will earn the Longevity Appreciation badge, the first badge in The Rational Argumentator’s interactive educational series on indefinite life extension. You would need a free account with Mozilla Backpack to receive the badge.
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100% Correct: Congratulations! You have demonstrated an understanding of the value of indefinite life extension. You have earned the Longevity Appreciation badge. To claim the badge, click HERE.
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1. What is more boring: being alive for a long time or being dead?Correct
Really? You think being dead is not as boring as can be?
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How many books will a person read over a lifetime if he could read one book per day for exactly 100 years?Correct
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Approximately how many books were published per day in the United States and the United Kingdom combined in 2005?Correct
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If you lived for 100 years and could read one book per day for each day of life, approximately how many days’ worth of published books would you be able to read in your entire lifetime, if books continued to be published at the rate they were published in 2005 in the United States and the United Kingdom combined? (Round to the nearest day)
NOTE: You may use a calculator to determine the answer to this question.Correct
Hint: Use division.
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If you lived forever and read one book per day, approximately how many years would elapse before you would run out of books to read?Correct
Incorrect. Think about what it means for more books to be published in a given day than you can read in that day.
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In addition to reading many books, what category best describes the other interesting and desirable occupations you could engage in if you lived forever? Give the best possible answer.Correct
Correct. You can do all of these, and more!Incorrect
Is that really all?
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Based on what you learned from the “Life is Worth Living – Forever” essay and this quiz, what is one major hope we should have?Correct
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