Statistically, you may be able to live to be 130, but only if you are much luckier than you have ever been.
Life expectancy varies according to the country in the world due to different socioeconomic and genetic circumstances, but in general, it is estimated that the current average life expectancy is above 70 years.
However, Spain is one of the countries with the highest life expectancy in the world, exceeding 80 years for men and women, but still far from the 130 years that scientists consider that a human being could end up reaching a series of circumstances , especially luck.
According to research published in the journal Royal Society Open Science is collected that human beings could even exceed 130 years of age, or at least some of them.
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This research analyzes recent data on the super centenarians, that is, those people who have lived more than 110 years. They also collect data on semi-super centenarians who have turned 105 years old or older.
The researchers found that while the risk of death steadily increases as we get older, this risk stabilizes and remains constant with a 50 to 50 chance of living or dying each subsequent year.
“Beyond 110 years one can think of living another year as almost tossing a coin,” says the professor. Anthony Davison of statistics from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, in statements to ..
Although the data from this study show that humans could live up to 130 years, according to the research a simple extrapolation implies that there is no limit to human life expectancy.
In any case, they have made it clear that a human being reaches or exceeds 130 years, to this day, it is very unlikely to happen.
On the one hand, he affirms that already very few people are going to reach 100 years of age, and from there, if they reach 110 years, the chances of living another 20 years and reaching 130 are “approximately one of a million ”.
Be that as it may, right now the oldest registered person in the world is the Japanese Kane tanaka, who is 118 years old.
They conclude that they estimate that “the first person to reach 130 could be in a century”, but “in the absence of important medical and social advances, it is very unlikely that ages much higher than this will be observed”.