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Scientists Invent Death Detector

Determining Death Date

 

How long do you think you might live?

Do you want to know when you’ll probably die?

Scientists are getting close to pinpointing life expectancy with a new high tech detection device that could presumably predict your expiration date.

According to ABC News, the device uses laser technology that analyzes cells under the skin and monitors their death rate.

The device, which could be on the market within a year, could be used by insurance companies to alter policies and payouts, or by doctors to encourage people to cut down on the french fries and get off the couch once in a while.

It could also help casual users compare their biological age to their chronological age to assess how quickly they’re aging.

 

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