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The system I've been using for longer than 25 years is sure to get over ageing based on 1) the balance and consistency of liquid in the body that has to be properly worked with in terms of the so-called assignment the water has to spread all over the cells within the human system; 2) RM - which I named the so-called Regenerative Meditation consisting of the 4 phases to be passed in order to mentally help the previously added water by setting up our brain to execute certain programming for an extendedly longer age to be achieved anyways in the future. I used to suffer from heart and bad cold disorders before I started this system in middle 90's last century. Today on 25 years of my close experience studies behind I don't get sick, have neither head- or heartaches at all nor fears of bad cold or bad cold as a phenomenon. I'm confident the system I have described in my PDF book has every chance to bring anyone willing to learn to use its practice, to no limit markers imposed by our observation of others who have ever achieved longevity. I seriously consider visual signs of aging to be a typical disease to be confronted at the level of mentality as well, not limited by physical work on improving liquid as the most dominating substance within our bodies. Brain is proven to be the most powerful computer. So, to make it work appropriately in the direction of long lifetime durability it has to be given an appropriate technical assignment. Brain can't implement any option unless we start altering our attitude to it, unless we start considering it a gifted software developer who has never been asked to materialize long youth as a kind of mental software in particular. By following this tandem of the physical and regular mental sessions of RM system along with regular changing our body liquid into a smarter one in terms of information, human beings can achieve bi or even tricentennial age and longer. So far people are trying to invent some external robotic devices to provide human system with the so-called repairs. Nevertheless repairs affect such thing and delicate entities of us, whereas when programming our unused in longevity sense computer, our powerful brain itself, has no chances to be given proper tasks to be realized, which leads to only tiny results that may be characterized only as pushing the inevitable forward only just slightly, without any substantial breakthrough in the area of genuine gerontology enabling people to live for centuries instead of decades as its main target, primarily.
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Certified as oldest American as of today and last verified American born 1906, Thelma Sutcliffe was born in Benson, Omaha, Nebraska, on 1 October 1906. Yet Clara Huhn has a page stating she was the oldest American to have been born in Nebraska, living to the age of 113. Please correct.
My mother, Sarah P. Spires, according to your website, has not been validated as being 111 years old. What is necessary in order to get her validated? Please advise.
I'm trying to establish whether my Dad and his brother might be the oldest living male twins in Ireland? They were born in Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland on 13 January, 1929.
I hope it happens because I wasn’t alive when Jeanne Calment was. Let’s keep watch to see if she does break the record!
She turns 107 on March 25 and seems to be in pretty good health. Do you think she should have a page on here?
When I was a boy, my grandma showed me a newspaper article on her grandma who was the oldest living person in her state, which I think is Zacatecas, Mexico. I'm trying to find that article, but it's not easy. Or anything about this woman. Does anyone have suggestions?
Through Ancestry.com search features, I found one centenarian who is part of my tree who lived to be 110. Her name was Tereza Valdez( Became Mendez when married to Juan Mendez). Her son's (Jacinito) marriage record fortunately mentions that his father died but his mother, Tereza, who is 110 is still alive. That was in the year 1944.
Jeanne Calment was 61 years, 2 months and 22 days old on May 13, 1936 and died on August 4, 1997, 61 years, 2 months and 22 days later
1st half of Jeanne Calment's life (February 21, 1875-May 13, 1936): 61 years, 2 months and 22 days
2nd half of Jeanne Calment's life (May 13, 1936-August 4, 1997): 61 years, 2 months and 22 days
However i don't know in what year he was born or in what year he died. But i do know he's a paternal great-great-great-grandfather of mine because he's my father's great-great-grandfather
My uncle, George Feldman, died on his 112th birthday, on December 2, 2018. He is currently uncertified/unvalidated
. I have his original birth certificate. Is this enough to prove his date of birth and the validity of his age
Inspired by Arthur De Moares Silva Barbosa who made a Portuguese/Brazilian version of this wiki, I have created Gerontologie wiki, and version of this wiki for those who speak German. I have made 10 articles including ones on the oldest people ever, the oldest Germans ever, Jeanne Calment, Jiroemon Kimura and more. I took two years of German in middle school so I was able to get some things but if anybody speaks at least “ein bischen Deutsch” or knows somebody that does I would love to talk to them. I once saw Robert talking about trying to get this wiki in other languages. Even if you don’t speak German, I would love to hear advice from people like Robert, Frankland, Waclaw, Arthur, Richard, Matreas, Blaz, Ollie, Stefan and other experienced users.
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Greetings, I plan to add chronological lists of oldest living people from Japanese Prefectures - basically to translate information from the Japanese's "Data Collection Site". I just started a list for Aichi, but before I continue I would like to hear other opinions - should we also include their native names (in Japanese) below their English names (with a small font), just in case a name is not correctly translated. We are adding their native names to their articles, so it wouldn't be anything strange.