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Marco
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In this topic, we can all share our thoughts of the day!

Overduidelijk misschien.


   
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Marco
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Is het me dan toch gelukt?

 

Have I managed to pull it off, in the end?

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Marco
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Je hebt géén idee hoe moe ik ben.

 

You haven't the faintest idea of just how tired I am.

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Marco
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Maar wie ben ik dan eigenlijk?

 

But who does that make me?

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Few weeks ago I watched a ghost 👻 was coming in the forum. He/She coming to this forum as anonymous in 1970 when World Wide Web still not yet invented!. (Joke haha, but I really see the post which date was 52 years ago .)

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@record_116 Yes, the UNIX-time used in computer programming counts the number of elapsed seconds since 1970/01/01 UTC.

So, the 1970 date may be a bug.

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@record_116 Yes, the UNIX-time used in computer programming counts the number of elapsed seconds since 1970/01/01 UTC.

So, the 1970 date may be a bug.

Thanks you for detailed information! Well, I sometimes see the youtube video which uploaded date was January 1970.

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A rare type (the first time in 442 years) "total lunar eclipse" seen in Japan. It looks like a big Mars.

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Hey guys I just wanted to let you people know honestly I feel very depressed right now. Every time a supercentenarian passes away, I feel hurt. I just can't take it anymore. I'm thinking about leaving the forum but I don't know. I mean a lot of good people Kane Tanaka, Delio Venturotti, Francisco Iglesias, Mikizo Ueda, Tekla Junievicz, and now Victor Chanca have all passed away. Just to name a few. Like I feel like I get to know them and when they die, I feel like I've lost my best friend. Why do people have to die😭😭😭😭😭 

First Supercentenarian I learned about: Salvatore Caruso (1905-2015)
Favorite Male Supercentenarian: Juan Vicente Pérez Mora (1909-Living)
Favorite Female Supercentenarian: Tomiko Itooka (1908-Living)


   
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Hi Aquanaut_Chalk
A number of people have raised similar issues over the past 12 years or so that I’ve been following supercentenarians.
 
The key thing is that, as a group we follow individuals who have achieved basically the ultimate outcome, in terms of what the human body is capable of today.
 
The proof of this is that we know mortality rates hit over 50% per annum well before 110 and are at least 60% beyond 113, so a majority of those we follow, will depart in any one year.
 
The key thing is to think of what they’ve achieved, rather than what may have been lost and if you are younger, then to maybe learn a little about death, from people who are not really close to you - because it will happen to all of us one day
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Another good challenge is the skill of accepting  something that we can never change, but accepting it on our own terms.
 
You probably love this science, so once you can accept that these people are very temporary citizens, then hopefully you can enjoy it for the rest of your life - and hopefully become one yourself one day.
 
Most of these people don’t fear death when asked, so maybe accept that if they are comfortable, then you can be the same.
 
 
 

   
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