> Drudge ought to know better. Occasional claims of 150+ are made by
> people in remote places, and without exception, further investigation
> always reveals that the secret of their logevity is bad recordkeeping.
> The oldest persons with legitimate claims are around 120. I would
> not be terribly surprized if someone was found somewhere to be 130.
> Beyond that, such claims should be assumed fraudulent without proof.
Is there not any way to establish the true age of human body,
like the rings on a tree?
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