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Nowhere in this article does it say any of these people studied at RSE!

World's Oldest Man Turns 112
By CHISAKI WATANABE, Associated Press Writer

TOKYO - The world's oldest man celebrated his 112th birthday Tuesday, saying he hoped to live forever.

Born Sept. 18, 1895, Tomoji Tanabe was named world's oldest male after the death of Emiliano Mercado Del Toro of Puerto Rico. He died in January at age 115.

On Tuesday, the mayor of Miyakonojo City, where Tanabe lives, presented him with a bouquet and a letter of congratulations.

When the mayor asked how many more years Tanabe wanted to live, Tanabe replied, "for infinity," according to city official Yasuo Yama****a.

With his ascetic lifestyle, Tanabe has a good shot at living for at least a little longer.

A former city land surveyor who lives with his son and daughter-in-law, Tanabe is in good health and is known to guzzle milk. He also keeps a diary, avoids alcohol, and does not smoke.

Japan has one of the world's longest average life spans, a factor often attributed to a healthy diet rich in fish and rice.

The number of Japanese living beyond 100 has almost quadrupled in the past 10 years, with the once-exclusive centenarian club soon expected to surpass 28,000, the government announced in September.

The country's centenarian population is expected to reach nearly 1 million _ the world's largest _ by 2050, according to U.N. projections.

The increase underscores both positive and negative sides of the country's aging population. While experts say there are more active centenarians than before, the rapidly graying population adds to concerns over Japan's overburdened public pension system.

The world's oldest person, 114-year-old Edna Parker of Shelbyville, Ind., was born on April 20, 1893, according to Guinness World Records.

Copyright 2007 The Associated Press.

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good one!!

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My great-great grandmother was documented to have lived to 118, in Eastern Europe. Her daughter, my great-grandmother "stayed" 95 for many years; she was at least 104 when she died but we think she took 10 years off her age, which would make her around 114. Her daughter, my grandmother, lived to around 95.

No Ramsters there!

Time will tell how long the Ramsters live (if the world doesn't end soon) but I see plenty of grey hair among the RSE students that I know, and the female ones seem to be going into menopause at the usual age... If they had stopped aging, wouldn't that prevent the onset of menopause?

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"If they had stopped aging, wouldn't that prevent the onset of menopause? "

They sure would. Ramtha told the women in the audience that the day would come, that their menstrual flow would return and they would reverse menopause if they had already gone through it.

Show me. hahaha

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this r people which made it through one centurie.i dont see bulox or plastic surgery.

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That was beautiful, ex!!