Our time here on this beautiful planet is numbered in seconds, and even if you want to know, there is no figuring out just how long you get to hang around. When your day comes to check out and leave your stuff to the younger people of the world, there is nothing you can really do about it. I bet that most of you, just like me, have gone down the road wondering what will happen when you die. Some say we go to heaven (or whatever you want to call it), while others think life ends right then and there, and that it goes all black for the rest of eternity. I guess we will all find out in time, but until then, there is no point in thinking about it. There is too much feeling alive for us to think about that stuff, right?
With each year that passes, there are of course statistics backing up how we will most likely die or what we will die from. It might seem a little bit creepy at first to delve into these things, but for everyone who works with life insurance, looking at these statistics is a daily activity. People in that field base their entire work off of these things, and it’s no accident (no pun intended) that these statistics even exist. It’s actually for our own good, if you look at it from that perspective.
So, based on your gender, age and ethnicity, we are able to pinpoint exactly (somewhat) what our cause of death will be, and what the chances are that we will die at a certain age. It’s eerie, and if you are scared of these things and find them to be a little bit more than you can mentally handle, I suggest you do not look at this infographic created by Daily Infographic. Instead live on happily unaware of the increasing chances of your looming death. I am one of those people who just peeked at it, but I didn’t go down my gender tree to find my fate. After all, some people get to live until they turn 120, so why can’t I be one of them, right?
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