From the time the retirement age dropped from 60 to 56, the thought of death engulfed us. Let’s start thinking, it’s time to realize this! And the farewell bell has been rung at work because it will not be useful. Now it seems it’s time to finish all the work! No. There is no reason to be so frustrated. If you want me, you can live at least 130 years. It can even be dragged out in 150 years.
Who wants to die in this beautiful world? So a recent study has given this good news for everyone. The study was published in the Royal Society’s Open Science Journal on Wednesday. Researchers have also found that there is literally no upper limit to human lifespan. The study was conducted by scientists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in Lawson.
Researchers acknowledge that environmental pollution has increased the risk to human life, but that human lifespan has not really changed; If we can get on with life fairly well after reaching the age of forty.
The researchers said that they had reached this conclusion after examining all the data on the life expectancy of more than one thousand men and women aged 105 and 110 years in 13 countries, including women of different ages. Two incidents have also been mentioned in the research paper. The first is the French woman who has lived the longest time in human history. He died in 1997 at the age of 122. The character of the second incident is Tanaka from Japan, who is now 116 years old. Source: Anandabazar.