Assuming life began from nothing but primordial lifeless goo, with no plan or design behind the existence of the goo or the potential for the goo to gel into life, just some spontaneous chance happenings that have lead to millions of species over that time frame to the current day... Why is it that some species never accidentally mutated into a form of biological life that does not die, but rather perpetually regenerates now cells. Why are all species programmed to be born, live for some period of time, then die? Seems reasonable that if were all chance, that if a hundred monkeys would eventually type out Shakespeare...that a single biological organism would eventually mutate up to live forever through constant cell regeneration and self DNA repair. Unless it is by design before the evolutionary process that all biological organisms have a set boundary of birth, life, then death... If that is the case, why is that, and who or what created a program that despite all the random forces of evolution to produce mutations and new species...cannot be broken, cannot be suspended...all as if by design.