The world's stolen tax money at work! Yay...
It's interesting, but I wonder if the free market would have embraced a study like that? And if so, I would be willing to bet it would have cost a lot less...
---Max More <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Here's a snippet from an informative story at
> For the first time, U.N. experts estimated the number of people in
> 80s, 90s and over 100 -- and found 66 million people over 80
> million over 90 and 135,000 centinarians.
> "With the continuation of fertility decline and increase in life
> expectancy, the population of the world will age much faster in the
> half-century than previously," the U.N. said.