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From Eternal Helium Balloons to Immortal Flowers

 - Dec 4, 2009   Updated: Jun 2 2011
All things must come to an end -- unless, that is, you are referring to the items in this cluster of immortal finds. Now flowers, balloons and even celebrities have a longer lifespan. Actually, it is now possible for all of the aforementioned people and things to have an indefinite lifespan.

Take a browse through these immortal finds to be creeped-out, amazed and amused.

Implications - From eternal errorts to immortal Christmas trees, people are demanding to find ways for their memories to live on past death. By creating products that never die, consumers are more intrigued by the concept than the product themselves and will move to purchase in an effort to understand them.