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  1. InquilineKea

    15. Jimmy Carter

    https://www.facebook.com/MBCPlains/videos/253915839513685 video
  2. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/05/200505121717.htm is an example https://neurosciencenews.com/walking-alzheimers-aging-17784/ [this thrad important for quantifying mortality in ppl we track]
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    4. Bob Dole

    Source? the actuarial tables get murky after 100
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    1. Prince Philip Duke Of Edinburgh

    Man, Phillip walked in unaided. Tbf, despite all his cardiovascular issues, he has been more robust than you'd expect - most people can't walk at 99
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    James Lovelock

    https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/jul/18/james-lovelock-the-biosphere-and-i-are-both-in-the-last-1-per-cent-of-our-lives
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    15. Jimmy Carter

    holy shit it's so hard to hear him.. he's definitely much worse than Kissinger now... he seemed so immortal up to 95..
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    James D. Watson

    He's 93 this year, and got in a car accident (and put in a nursing home) back in 2019... Plus, his greatest discovery came in Britain (and he is one of the most famous biologists alive). I'm so surprised so few have mentioned him. Also, he's been SUPER-ULTRA-cancelled.. Latest documentary on him (when he was 90) doesn't show him to be super-well for his age... (I mean, he always kind of looked old for his age, and he speaks really slowly there). I've seen videos of other people at 90 who showed little decline at 90 (eg Jimmy Carter or Helmut Schmidt). Steve Hsu mentioned on his blog last year that he was still doing research and doing well [and this was after the accident]
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    15. Jimmy Carter

    see the recent bio of him written this year, he was left half blind after his last fall
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    7. George P. Shultz

    Last pic shows him in wheelchair, 3 years ago he wasn't in one
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    Nazi of SS

    this might contain some pointers: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3376099/The-names-responsible-helping-Nazis-round-kill-French-Jews-revealed-today-secret-archives-finally-opened.html
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    15. Jimmy Carter

    http://www.kcentv.com/story/30142547/president-jimmy-carter-will-join-1500-volunteers-in-nepal-for-habitat-for-humanitys-32nd-annual-carter-work-project
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    15. Jimmy Carter

    http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/former-president-jimmy-carter-teachers-sunday-school-hometown-following-cancer-n414501 He's still so incredibly amazing for a 90-year old. Like, out of all (famous) 90-year olds, he was among the most active/robust. I hope he can pull off being an outlier again, but there's only so much biology can do.. I wish he just could have worn sunscreen more.
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    15. Jimmy Carter

    This makes me INCREDIBLY sad. I was REALLY HOPING Jimmy Carter would live forever.
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    University Presidents?

    Well, William P. Gerberding just died... (http://www.washington.edu/news/2014/12/29/william-p-gerberding-27th-president-of-the-university-of-washington-dies-at-85/) Obit isn't notable enough to make UK though. Are there any university presidents who are notable enough?
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    Nobel Prize In Death

    Charles Townes at 97: says that his only health problem is that his memory is slipping. But I guess that's why he isn't publishing any more papers. Definitely healthier than Hans Bethe at this age, though maybe not as intellectually active.
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