Jeanne calment - 121


Jeanne Louise Calment ( French pronunciation:  [ʒan lwiz kalmɑ̃] ; 21 Februar 1875 – 4 August 1997) [2] wis a French supercentenarian who haes the langest confirmed human lifespan on record, livin to the age o &0000003864196800000000 122 years, 164 days. [3]

This list is copied from the Gerontology Research Group's list of the World's Oldest Person Titleholders. [26] As the oldest living person is usually a woman, a sequence of oldest women would be nearly redundant to this list. A sequence of oldest living men follows this sequence.


At age 20


At age ~22


At age ~25


At age 40


At age 60


At age 112


At age 113


At age 116


At age 117


At age 119


At age ~120


At age 120


and lastly, again at age 122, at a French film shoot with a "clap board."

Supercentenarians that are categorized as "pending" have their ages partially authenticated, but remain to be fully processed by an age validation organization. The last group, "unvalidated", refers to supercentenarians that have not had their ages authenticated but for whom there is sufficient reliable-source reporting to at least have a claimed date of birth. However, only claimants age 110–114 that could potentially be validated in the future are included here.

Scientific ideas on the evolution of aging have themselves evolved over time, and their historical review (see below) is important for a deeper understanding of the subject. 

Document Properties. Type of Publication: Actuarial Study; Date: April 2014; Office of the Chief Actuary Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada ...

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I hope this has helped you understand the difference between 'potential life span', which is how long an animal can live under ideal conditions, and 'average life span', which is the mathematical mean of all observed life spans. Neither of these figures is very real. Practically no animals in the wild survive long enough to fulfill their potential life span. Most animals die before they reach the average lifespan for their species but a few live way beyond this.


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