You cannot be killed. You can travel anywhere you want in the entire universe (or stay on Earth) and do whatever you please (within reason). What would you want to do with your new immortal life?
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These topics always have my attention. But that's probably because I am deep and not happy with mortality to begin with as I know I had never chose to be a mortal human being made out of flesh, bone, and blood in the very FIRST PLACE!
It also makes me think even deeper and do some critical thinking about it all.
Depending upon the immortality variation.
Will any "maintenance requirements" still apply? Do I absolutely need to "recharge" or "refuel" to maintain this kind of immortality at any point and time?
E. G. Drink blood, swap out portable nuclear fusion reactor cores, make sacrifices, human or otherwise to some insanely dark or evil entity, or any of the regular human/mortal maintenance requirements and necessities still apply (needing to eat, sleep, drink water, have shelter, etc., etc., etc.), I hated that cycle of NEEDING to maintain a physical body made out of flesh, bone, and blood, and then it eventually expires NO MATTER WHAT WE DO OR NOT DO.
If there are absolutely NO maintenance requirements and it's a one time and absolutely irreversible thing, yea sure, no problem with it at all.
But then what about pain or suffering. Both physical and emotional.
How do those still apply with this variation of immortality?
As I wouldn't want to be stuck and trapped in a single location or "buried alive" and stuck though. Having the ability to teleport anywhere combined with such an immortality would be the best possible package of such extraordinary capabilities.
You already confirmed that I cannot be killed so that already implied no physical trauma will kill me, check, that's great, no need to worry about being at the wrong place and at the wrong time anymore.
I'd go with leaving Earth WAY BEYOND OUR SOLAR SYSTEM if possible.
Or if I decide to stay then I'd reside either in the South Pole at Antarctica or even in Mount Everest or perhaps really deep in the bottom of the ocean floors for most part if I actually got such an immortality. I don't want anyone to come looking for me and reach me so easily do to my lack of faith and trust in other people and all of the systems of this mortal human world. And if they do manage to find me, congrats. I'd bore and disappoint them all to death by constantly discussing about existential nihilism.
I really wouldn't mind drifting endlessly throughout the entire universe BEYOND EARTH's atmosphere just to explore and see whatever happens out there and whatever and whomever it is out there.1