Satire is not dead at SNL, but would be if Trump had his way. Unfortunately Trump will be the next President of the USA, the 45th, so he had better get used to satire for there will be plenty more to come. Sad, is it not that a person who will take such a […]
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Originally posted on DWPExamination.: Donald Trump won the US presidential election, despite opposition from most of the ruling class (Pic: Gage Skidmore) First Brexit and now Trump. There’s a pattern here that we must try to understand. Of course it’s disgusting that a racist, sexist property developer has won the presidency of the United States.… via […]
“By supporting this man, you’ve made the world less safe for my children.” Turkish immigrant Melih Onvural writes an open letter to his teacher to ask why she supported Donald Trump.
Human life expectancy has increased greatly since the nineteenth century. Demographic evidence has revealed an ongoing reduction in old-age mortality and a rise of the maximum age at death, which may gradually extend human longevity. Together with observations that lifespan in various animal species is flexible and can be increased by genetic or pharmaceutical intervention, these results have led to suggestions that longevity may not be subject to strict, species-specific genetic constraints. Here, by analysing global demographic data, we show that improvements in survival with age tend to decline after age 100, and that the age at death of the world’s oldest person has not increased since the 1990s. Our results strongly suggest that the maximum lifespan of humans is fixed and subject to natural constraints