Old age would be really nice. I hope I can make it that long.
But they rule it as old age because you were 97, right?Heart stops after doing a line of coke off some hooker's tit.
The chances of me making 97 lie somewhere between "getting struck by lightning 3 times in one night" and "hitting the powerball jackpot".But they rule it as old age because you were 97, right?
I knew a guy who died that way. Completely unexpected right in front of his wife and several friends at 33. EMTS did CPR for a long time after but he was already gone.I've heard that a blown out aortic aneurysm is considered one of the least painful deaths--a temporary pain in your back followed by passing out in about 30 seconds, followed by death within 2 minutes.
Playing basketball for about an hour in the sun. Doctors say he had an undiagnosed existing condition common with taller guys where their aortas are vulnerable to blowing out. That combined with an accelerated heart rate/elevated blood pressure from the physical exertion in the heat.Wow, 33. Had he been in a car accident or something that helped the aneurysm develop?
You do realize that "old age" is not a cause of death?
Man, you're a Debbie Downer.You do realize that "old age" is not a cause of death?
Old people die from disease however, they just call it "old age."
Organisms in theory should be able to live forever and some actually do (not that I would want to).... The problem with complex organisms is cell replication, its like making a copy of a copy of a copy and that's what makes us age.. If we can figure out how to stop (in this case humans) from making copies of copies of cells then we can live as long as we want and then this thread would be absolutely viable because nothing could kill you but choice.