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Marco
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Recent validation, accepted on 5 November 2022:

 

Hide Hamabe, JPN, 3 Dec 1908 - Present, 113 years.

 

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Today marks 1.5 month passed since the last validation (Hide Hamabe). I guess GRG-related people are busy setting up a new organization "LongeviQuest", so validation speed are slowing down.

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@record_116 There are no more known living candidates from 1908, now it's the turn of the year 1909, I assume in the first quarter of 2023 when the validation of cases born in 1909 will start, because as far as I can see GRG has done its job regarding the candidates from 1908...


   
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@dejan remember when deceased cases were validated? There are a lot of cases that can be validated, so I would not say that the job has been done.


   
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@930310 I barely remember, maybe it was earlier, I know that only one person was validated two days after death. It is true that there are many more cases that have recently died and are still not validated even though they are documented. Since I understood the essence, GRG is a scientific research organization and not someone who wants to satisfy fans, when I was told that, I understood and understood everything. People who died at the age of 110 or 112 will never be confirmed by GRG.

I strongly doubt that there will be validation after death, maybe but those numbers will be minimal, no matter what happens, we'll see...


   
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@dejan in order for a scientific organisation to conduct valid research with a high reliability it has to have a decently complete set of data. 


   
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@930310 They believe that they have enough confirmed cases because the GRG has been operating since the 1990s and they have collected a sufficient number of cases so far. But I don't know what the plan is for the future, but as far as I can see, it's not good. As I said, whatever it be, let it be, we have no influence on it, so there is no need for further discussion when none of us are in a position to change anything about it...


   
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Maria Osswald (GER) (b. 25 September 1901-29 March 2012), 110 yrs, 186 days, validated by GRG on these last days with date 11 April 2015.

http://www.supercentenariditalia.it/persone-viventi-piu-longeve-in-italia


   
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Good to see a retroactive validation. 🙃 

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Julianna Garbacz (POL) (b. 22 June 1900-18 July 2010), 110 yrs, 26 days, validated by GRG on these last days with date 14 April 2015.

 

http://www.supercentenariditalia.it/persone-viventi-piu-longeve-in-italia


   
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Excellent! I wonder if this means we can now expect a Pending Cases Table update for April 15, 2015 (even though one validation slot has been skipped).

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Jo Makihara (JPN) (b. 26 January 1908-12 February 2020), 112 yrs, 17 days, validated by GRG on these last days with date 9 April 2020.

http://www.supercentenariditalia.it/persone-viventi-piu-longeve-in-italia


   
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Ada Cooper (USA) (b. 6 September 1902-4 May 2013), 110 yrs, 240 days, validated by GRG on these last days with date 17 April 2015.

http://www.supercentenariditalia.it/persone-viventi-piu-longeve-in-italia


   
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Posted by: @marco

Excellent! I wonder if this means we can now expect a Pending Cases Table update for April 15, 2015 (even though one validation slot has been skipped).

the answer is no...

 

http://www.supercentenariditalia.it/persone-viventi-piu-longeve-in-italia


   
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