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  1. On 19/04/2005 at 18:52, lospalmas7 said:

    78, can't be around too long surely. :sicktherm:

     

    15 years later...

     

    The Pope and the new Cardinals visit Benedict XVI

    Well he doesn't look bad to be honest: his health seems to have improved after the known problems of this summer.

     

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    1. Angela Lansbury
    2. Queen Elizabeth II
    3. Dick Van Dyke
    4. Jimmy Carter
    5. Paul Gascoigne
    6. Billy Connolly
    7. Pope Benedict XVI
    8. Betty White
    9. Henry Kissinger
    10. Jill Gascoine
    11. Mikhail Gorbachev
    12. June Brown
    13. Prunella Scales
    14. Stirling Moss
    15. Jean-Louis Trintignant
    16. Little Richard
    17. Linda Nolan
    18. Doddie Weir
    19. Barbara Windsor
    20. Vera Lynn
    21. Olivia de Havilland
    22. Kirk Douglas
    23. Olivia Newton-John
    24. Prince Philip
    25. Gianluca Vialli

     

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  2. Nobel Prize laureates aged 85+:
    (Age calculated at the beginning of 2020)


    Physics:
    1957: Tsung-Dao Lee, 93
    1957: Chen Ning Yang, 97
    1972: Leon Cooper, 89
    1973: Leo Esaki, 94
    1973: Ivar Giaever, 90
    1974: Antony Hewish, 95
    1975: Ben Mottelson, 93
    1977: Philip Warren Anderson, 96

    1978: Arno Penzias, 86

    1979: Sheldon Lee Glashow, 87

    1979: Steven Weinberg, 86

    1984: Carlo Rubbia, 85
    1987: Karl Alexander Müller, 92
    1988: Jack Steinberger, 98
    1990: Jerome Isaac Friedman, 89
    1996: David M. Lee, 88

    1997: Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, 86
    1999: Martinus Veltman, 88
    2000: Herbert Kroemer, 91
    2002: Masatoshi Koshiba, 93

    2005: John L. Hall, 85
    2009: George Elwood Smith, 89
    2013: Peter Higgs, 90

    2013: François Englert, 87
    2014: Isamu Akasaki, 90

    2017: Rainer Weiss, 87

    2018: Arthur Ashkin, 97

    Chemistry:
    1980: Paul Berg, 93

    1980: Walter Gilbert, 87
    1986: John Charles Polanyi, 90

    1986: Dudley Herschbach, 87
    1990: Elias James Corey, 91

    1991: Richard Ernst, 86
    1992: Rudolph Marcus, 96

    1995: Paul Crutzen, 86

    1996: Robert Curl, 86
    2010: Akira Suzuki, 89
    2013: Martin Karplus, 89

    2019: John B. Goodenough, 97

    Literature:

    1986: Wole Soyinka, 85
    2013: Alice Munro, 88

    Peace:
    1973: Henry Kissinger, 96
    1980: Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, 88
    1984: Desmond Tutu, 88
    1990: Michail Gorbačëv, 88
    2002: Jimmy Carter, 95

    Medicine:
    1962: James Dewey Watson, 91
    1977: Roger Guillemin, 95
    1977: Andrew Viktor Schally, 93
    1978: Werner Arber, 90
    1978: Hamilton Smith, 88
    1981: Torsten Wiesel, 95

    1982: Bengt Samuelsson, 85
    1986: Stanley Cohen, 97
    1992: Edmond Fischer, 99
    2000: Eric Kandel, 90

    2008: Luc Montagnier, 87

    2012: John Gurdon, 86
    2015: William C. Campbell, 89
    2015: Tu Youyou, 89

    Economics:
    1987: Robert Solow, 95
    1990: Harry Markowitz, 92

    1990: William Sharpe, 85

    1998: Amartya Sen, 86

    1999: Robert Mundell, 87
    2002: Vernon Smith, 92

    2002: Daniel Kahneman, 85

    2006: Edmund Phelps, 86
    2005: Robert Aumann, 89

    2009: Oliver Williamson, 87

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