Discussion in 'The Bar' started by BennyMusolini, Mar 26, 2014.
Everyone alive on this planet now will be dead.
does that twist your mellon?
i don't think that's necessarily true.
Every 200 million years the ocean floor is completely replaced.
it's possible that some people who are alive now will still be alive in 125 years unless you are predicting some apocolyptic/catastrophic event that wipes out all human lives.
No apocalyptic or catastrophic events, just the circle of life, that evently everyone living today will be dead in the next hundred or so years.
Modern medicine does wonders
some people in recent history have lived to be almost 120 years old so i don't think it's unlikely that within the next 125 years we will have people surpassing 125 years of age.
this lady was only 120 years old, not 125 (despite the article's statement), but lol:
A 125-year-old woman, said to be one of the oldest women in India, died at her home in Orissa, her family said Sunday. Fulla Nayak claimed that smoking cannabis every day was her secret to long life.
Fulla Nayak, a resident of Kanarpur village in the coastal district of Kendrapada, died of old age complications Saturday.
if you ever come to oslo you'd better bring a body bag, fucker. for yourself.
122 years old, jesus, thats like , really old. But what quality of life would it be say after you hit a century.
For arguments sake , I'll revise the original figure. In 200 years from now every bugger will be 6ft under.
i'll go along with 200 years. and for sure you're right that would be a horrible existence.
Greenland's and Antarctica's ice sheets are melting faster than scientists worst case scenario predictions.
How long can you tread water?
i can hold my breath a long time!
Instead of saying all of your goodbyes, let them know you realize that life goes fast, it hard to make the good things last.