I know some of you have been having doubts


on whether you would die too, like the rest of us. Science has the answer for you. Yes, you will die. Death is inevitable. The matter can now be laid to rest, no pun intended. Reading that attached article, I like how they begin

Human death is inevitable. No matter how many vitamins we take, how healthy our environment is or how much we exercise, we will eventually age and die,

Fernando Colchero.

Who had doubts about this? I have a bridge I am selling.

I don’t want to be a spoiler, go read the paper. You will love it.

About makagutu

As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

30 thoughts on “I know some of you have been having doubts

  1. ladysighs says:

    One more thing to praise god for.

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  2. Well, if death is inevitable, how do we account for things like Dracula, Frankenstein’s monster, and Jesus? Huh?! Explain that then, Mr. Know-It-All article on death! HA!! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. Entropy’s victory can be delayed, but never eliminated.

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  4. Ron says:

    The man’s a bloody genius. I hope his next study investigates whether or not fire is hot.

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  5. shelldigger says:

    Pure fucking genius!

    If you can get funding for stuff like this, you will be in work up to your ears! So many inevitable outcomes to explore.

    Where do I sign up?

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  6. renudepride says:

    Excellent! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Naked hugs!

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  7. Nan says:

    HAHA! I notice your blog is being “visited” by several individuals who seem to appreciate your “nice blog post.”

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  8. basenjibrian says:

    Philip at The Curmudgeon BlogSpot has his unique take on the question and the research:

    Looks Like I Picked the Wrong Week to Give Up Monkey Glands

    Greatly to the shock of the scientific world and parts of the United States, an unprecedented study has discovered that human beings are organisms. Scientists from the UK and thirteen countries still living collaborated to test the hypothesis that members of particular species tend to age and die at a consistent rate. Their conclusion was that longevity is driven by biological factors rather than by positive thinking or the profits of anti-ageing quacks; although it remains as yet unclear whether their samples included persons who have been cryogenically preserved or who have entered into malignant symbiosis with hydrophobic head-tribbles.

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