In a new paper published in the journal Nature, Dutch scientists predict that, by 2070, our lifespan may increase to 125 years
That is at least according to Dutch scientists, who released a paper on the subject and declared that by the year 2070, life expectancy should on average be 125 years, and as we continue further into the future, who knows…
There has been a lot of speculation on human life expectancy in the last year or so, when a professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York published a paper declaring that humanity had more or less reached the ceiling on how long we should expect to live.
In that paper, the author Jan Vjig claimed that their being a natural lifespan for humans made a lot of sense, as every other animal on the planet also had their expect lifespan, too.
The basis of his study is that despite more and more people living to 100 years and beyond, since the 1990s nobody has exceeded the oldest recorded living person, Jeanne Calment who died in 1997 at the age of 122.
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