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1 Engineering a comfortable death
2 The idea of a comfortable death
3 The meaning of life
4 Optimal sex and a comfortable death instead of God
5 Committing suicide
6 Nature, our enemy
7 Better prepare for death
8 Arbitrary moral values
9 Sexual arrangements
10 Brain chemistry and improved orgasms
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