In Time System

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    In Time System

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    At what age will you die? This highly scientific form could help you find the answer. At fist, setting your birthday time (including day, month, year and birth time) on the phone,and then you can have a expectancy page from which you can choose calculate by short form or long form. then, fill in the form and if you believe our guessing is better,you can leave it blank. What's more, it will also tell you the oldest age and average age of the world,Euro-American or Asian.
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    This app provides a wonderful way of presenting information about health habits. By allowing the you to enter health information, a calculation can be made to predict how long you will live.

    Information about how it do this calculations:
    It do the calculations by Expository Theory, Mathematical Theory,Basic life table concepts, etc.

    Humans live on average 31.88 years in Swaziland and 82.6 years in Japan, although Japan's recorded life expectancy may have been very slightly increased by counting many infant deaths as stillborn. An analysis published in 2011 in The Lancet attributes Japanese life expectancy to equal opportunities and public health as well as diet.

    The oldest confirmed recorded age for any human is 122 years (see Jeanne Calment). This is referred to as the "maximum life span", which is the upper boundary of life, the
    maximum number of years any human is known to have lived.

    Take our death quiz to find out when you will die.

    Death is the permanent termination of all biological functions that having a living organism. Phenomena which could bring about death include old age, predation, malnutrition, disease, suicide, murder and accidents or trauma resulting in terminal injuries. All known organisms inevitably experience death. Bodies of living organisms begin to decompose just shortly after one's death.

    In human societies, the nature of death has for millennia been a concern of the world's religious traditions and of philosophical inquiry. This might include a belief in some kinds of resurrection (associated with Abrahamic religions), reincarnation (associated with Dharmic religions), or consciousness permanently ceases to exist, known as "oblivion" (often associated with atheism).

    Commemoration ceremonies after death may include various mourning or funeral practices. The physical remains of a person, commonly known as a corpse or body, is usually interred whole or cremated, though in the world's cultures there are a variety of other methods of mortuary disposal.

    Almost all animals that survive external hazards to their biological functioning eventually die from senescence. The only one known exception is the jellyfish Turritopsis nutricula, thought to be, in effect, immortal.] uicide and homicide is inculded in unnatural causes of death . From all causes, roughly 150,000 people die around the world each day.

    Physiological death is now seen as a process, more than an event: conditions once considered indicative of death are now reversible. Where in the process a dividing line is drawn between life and death depends mostly on factors death. A patient with working heart and lungs determined to be brain dead can be pronounced legally dead without clinical death occurring. Paradoxically, as scientific knowledge and medicine information, a precise medical definition of death becomes more problematic.

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