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Do you think that in time, to live to 150 years or more will be the norm?


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Barbara Kay Badder (Barbara Kay) says

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    Kylyssa Shay (Kylyssa) 2 years ago

    I don't think they are talking about reaching extreme old age decrepitude and then living another fifty years in extreme decrepitude but about about living a healthy 150 years with middle age maybe starting at seventy-five.

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dashingscorpio says

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Michael H (mikejhca) says

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    Kylyssa Shay (Kylyssa) 2 years ago

    If we could remove the profit motive from healthcare and increase the average standard of living, all those things could change.

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Kylyssa Shay (Kylyssa) says

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    mbwalz 2 years ago

    Sounds like a good subject for a book and/or movie!

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Sheila Craan (Craan) says

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    dashingscorpio 2 years ago

    At 122 years + 164 days Jeanne Calment of France, who died in 1997, was by far the oldest person to have ever lived. Apparently she was unaware of the bible cutoff! :)

    Misao Okawa of Japan celebrated her 116th birthday in March. She may make it!

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