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This is a discussion on virtual age within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Life Expectancy Calculator here is a neat link. my age 52 vietual age 37.5, life expectancy 90.5 years,,,,if onle true...

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    Life Expectancy Calculator here is a neat link. my age 52 vietual age 37.5, life expectancy 90.5 years,,,,if onle true


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    Actual age: 29
    Virtual age: 16.4
    Average life expectancy: 74
    My life expectancy: 86.6

    I can expect to live another 21,000 days if I don't get eaten by a T-Rex, squashed by a piano falling out of the sky, or choke on a corn chip.
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    Thanks that was fun... and judging by the questions it asked, may be somewhat true

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    Hmmm. Sometimes my wife says I act like a 16 year-old
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    I don't feel a day over 45 though
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    Virtual Age: 18.9
    Life Expectancy: 94.1

    Could be accurate hard to say, both grandmothers are in there 90's and still healthy. Hard to say on my fathers side, dad passed early due to back injury and grandpa passed in an accident way back in the 40's.

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    Wow. I do wonder from time to time how I got to be as old as I am, because it just seems unreal to be an adult. Guess "virtually" I'm not! That's GREAT NEWS!

    I was amazed at how the "little" things like eating on a schedule, eating a decent breakfast, stress levels, a HAPPY marriage, etc made such a difference. Guess it's all in the little things.
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    I died last year!

    Just kidding. Biological 62; Virtual 48.2; Expectancy 92.8
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    Guess I'm as close to me as I can get:
    biological 47
    virtual 47.8
    average expectancy 76
    my expectancy 75.2

    Interesting questions!

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    i sure dont feel 11 years old :)

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    Thanks for posting, that is interesting.

    biologically - 55
    virtual age - 43
    average life expectancy - 77
    my life expectancy - 89
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    I'm virtually 15! and I'm happily married to a virtual 29 year old!

    I'm going to be around until I'm 99.9 years old - hmmm don't know that I'm looking forward to that...
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