La gente sarà all'altezza 130 di 2100 mentre l'assistenza sanitaria e gli standard di vita migliorano

PEOPLE will live up to 130 mentre l'assistenza sanitaria e gli standard di vita migliorano, uno studio ha trovato.

The claim follows research into super-centenarians — people older than 105.

La gente sarà all'altezza 130 mentre l'assistenza sanitaria e gli standard di vita migliorano, uno studio ha trovato
La gente sarà all'altezza 130 mentre l'assistenza sanitaria e gli standard di vita migliorano, uno studio ha trovatoCredito: Pexels

Researchers found that from age 108 onwards, the probability of surviving each extra year is 50/50 — the same as tossing a coin.

But with better medicine, food and living conditions, they concluded people would hit the age of 130 prima 2100.

Our oldies already seem younger than in previous generations with Rolling Stone Keith Richards appearing indestructible at 77, even after cranial surgery from a tree fall in 2006.

The Canadian researchers, writing in the Royal Society Open Science journal, disse: “There is strong evidence of an upper limit to the human life-span of around 130 anni.

“This does not mean such ages will be reached sometime soon, as the probability equals that of seeing heads on 20 consecutive tosses of a coin.

“This event has a probability of less than one in a million and is highly unlikely to occur in the near future, though the increasing number of super- centenarians makes it possible that the maximum reported age at death will rise to 130 years during the present century.”

Frenchwoman Jeanne Calment, che è morto in 1997 a 122 anni, 164 giorni, is the longest-lived person whose age can be verified.

Previous studies have set the upper age limit much lower.

The most recent found it would be impossible to age beyond 123.

Our oldies already seem younger than in previous generations with Rolling Stone Keith Richards appearing indestructible at 77, even after cranial surgery from a tree fall in 2006
Our oldies already seem younger than in previous generations with Rolling Stone Keith Richards appearing indestructible at 77, even after cranial surgery from a tree fall in 2006Credito: Rex

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