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I believe that literal and spiritual immortality are impossible but genetic, memorial, and historic are attainable. In my view, literal immortality is impossible from a medical view. This may not happen since the body's' organs and muscles would wear out and quit working, like the heart is a muscle building and would eventually stop functioning over time. Eventually the lubrication in the joints will dry out and moving would be unbearably painful. Additionally, the skin would lose elasticity. In addition, I don't believe in religious immortality since I do not feel that somebody could live forever in paradise. My schooling has considerably influenced by beliefs on immortality. My schooling has always been focused on more science than spiritual views, mainly because schools aren't permitted to discuss religious subjects. I was told about development in elementary and since I had no spiritual background that was the initial explanation of what could happen after I died. My mom went to church when she was younger because her parents left her and my father went because he had been the preachers' s.. .