Is it possible for anyone to experience a lifespan of 130 years in this century? Nearly half a million people worldwide are over the age of 100, and new research suggests that at least one person could live in this world for 125 or even 130 years in this century.
Statistics show that the number of people living more than 100 years Is on the rise. However, fewer people live to be 110 years old or older. Jean Calman, the French lady, has been confirmed as the oldest person to die, having died in 1997 at the age of 122.
She is followed by Sarah Knaus, who died in 1999 at the age of 119. Born in 1903 in Japan, Kane Nataka is now 118 years old and is the third oldest person in the world.
“Michael Ph.D., a PhD student in statistics, says:
“People are often fascinated by people’s humanity, and age is not so important, but it can be interesting that some people live longer.”
Various factors including political, economic and social conditions, as well as health care and lifestyle can play an important role in life.
According to new research on the current century and the perspective on the age of people in this period shows that in this century we are likely to see an increase in the number of people older than 110 years.
While various diseases cause many deaths around the world, with the advancement of science and the use of stem cells and the improvement of the quality of life of some groups, we seem to be facing such an increase in life expectancy.
Pierce and Adrian Raftri, a professor of sociology and statistics, say that by 2100 the number of people over the age of 110 will increase. They believe the 122-year record is likely to be broken. They believe that at least one person in this world can reach the age of 125 to 132 years.