Daily chart: the age of man. In 2011, the average person was just under 32. By the end of this century the average person will be a little over 42 and newborns can expect to live to 81.

Daily chart: the age of man. In 2011, the average person was just under 32. By the end of this century the average person will be a little over 42 and newborns can expect to live to 81.

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  1. chorrui reblogged this from theeconomist and added:
    Quite low…
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    I don’t think newborns expect to die at all.
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    Daily chart: the age of man. In 2011, the average person was just under 32. By the end of this century the average...
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    you know what’s really excellent?...fact that we can look to japan to map so much
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    #UnderpopulationCrisis
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    The defining forces...be, as in previous centuries, largely demographic.
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