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Find out what number of human you are when you were born
posted March 29 2012 5:57.50 by Giorgos Lazaridis




What a funny application! So, you wanna know approximately which number of human you were when you were born? Simply go to this page of BBC and fill in you date of birth. There are more to find out! Find out what is the life expectancy for your country -and also find out that you will live longer if you are a woman. Visit this link.

[Via: ycombinator]    [Link: BBC]
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  • At 29 March 2012, 12:12:49 user Giorgos Lazaridis wrote:   [reply @ Giorgos Lazaridis]
    • @herctrap I am the 4,225,679,496th person... A billion people came after me, and then you came... A billion people separate our births.


  • At 29 March 2012, 10:12:13 user herctrap wrote:   [reply @ herctrap]
    • In Greece

      Every hour, there are:

      13Births
      13Deaths
      4Immigrants

      average life for woman 82 years
      average life for man 77 years
      average life for single man 87 years

      i am the the 5,377,573,157th person

      i am an odd person

      really???












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