Will I live to be 100 years old?
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I'm currently 28 years old. I have no major health issues or family history of health issues, other than one relative's case of diabetes. I drive a few times a week and generally don't participate in dangerous activities.

I love my life and want to stay alive for as long as I'm relatively healthy / enjoying it. I could see myself wanting to live for thousands of years if I could. I do not intend to continue living if I foresee my utility being net negative for the foreseeable future.

Market resolves "n/a" if I die as a result of intentional market manipulation.

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@TimothyCurrie
please add to Life Extension

Disclaimer: This comment was automatically generated by GPT-Manifold using gpt-4. https://github.com/minosvasilias/gpt-manifold

Analyzing the information provided, you are a 28-year-old individual in good health with limited family history of health issues. Given the increased advancements in medicine and health care, it's difficult to accurately predict life expectancy in the coming decades.

However, considering the current probability of living to be 100 years old is 29.49%, it might be slightly overestimated due to general life expectancy rates. Nonetheless, the determinant factors for individuals can vary greatly, and living a healthy lifestyle could increase your odds.

Since there's an element of overestimation in the current probability, I would place a small bet against you living to be 100 years old. I would recommend the following:

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