Between the age of 120 and 150, the body’s “elasticity”, that is, its self-resilience, will be completely lost, and the upper limit of life will come. With the advancement of medical technology and the development of related biotechnology, human beings will be getting closer and closer to the life limit of 150 years old.
For me, 150 years is too short to be enough. Even if I don’t want to do anything special, it takes a half-infinite time to continuously observe human civilization and the universe. However, the so-called upper limit of lifespan given by the study mentioned in the title “or be” 150 years old is obtained by counting several blood cell data and drawing an extension line on the chart in conjunction with the all-cause mortality model. It has no special value. If you change the data set to do the same statistical research, or wait a few years to see, the results may be different, so don’t worry about it. The copy of the title “Between 120 and 150 years old, the human body’s elasticity, that is, self-resilience will be completely lost” is an extremely loose hypothesis. As far as we know, this statement is a part of the human body. Cells are absolutely not applicable. The serious media should not describe such “maybe OOO” research in this way. Take telomeres, which are often misunderstood as “life indicators”. The telomere length of somatic cells in different tissues in the human body shortens at different speeds over time. Telomeres from testes, ovaries, cerebellum, skeletal muscle, vagina, and thyroid have no age-related relative length changes. Human cardiomyocytes and brain nerve cells divide only a few times in a lifetime, and their function decline is more from acquired damage and decreased coordination, rather than programmed aging. At present, there is no conclusive evidence to prove that there is or no so-called upper limit on human life span. According to research in the past few decades, the natural life span of modern people may be 125 years  to 150 years . There are certain individual differences, and there may not be a strict upper limit. Some statistics show that the annual mortality rate after 110 years of age is about 50% (more specifically, about 54% per year for men and 44% per year for women). Some scholars believe that this may mean that humans are not strict. Natural life limit. Of course, it is suspicious to promote every statistical law at will: the maximum age of the centenarian group surveyed by these statistical data is about 120 years old. No one can guarantee you that people can maintain this law after they are over 120 years old. . This is especially true for blood cell data: you can’t find the blood or bone marrow of a living person over the age of 120 for your research.