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Why People Don't Live Past 114

kkleiner (1468647) writes | more than 2 years ago

Medicine 1

kkleiner writes "Average life expectancy has nearly doubled in developed countries over the 20th century. But a puzzling part to the equation has emerged. While humans are in fact living longer lives on average, the oldest age that the oldest people reach seems to be stubbornly and oddly precisely cemented right at 114. What will it takes for humans to live beyond this limit?"
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The answer is obvious (1)

HexaByte (817350) | more than 2 years ago | (#39052649)

It's because they die before they reach 115!
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