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The Death Test

Ever wonder when you'll die? Or what will kill you? Harvard's math department thinks they can predict this.

Just answer a few pages of questions and they'll let you know. You'll answer questions about your family's medical history, your interests, your outlook on life, eating habits, etc.

Don't take it too seriously that you enter the predicted death date into Legacy. Access the test at http://www.okcupid.com/death

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Well I am going to die in Aug 2007 age 47 from a heart attack. My heart is probably the healthies part of me ;-)

That was fun!!!

I am going to die in May 2058 from cancer. That is the only thing in my family that has occured other than a car wreck for my 80+ year old great-grandmother.

I am going to die in July of this year. How am I going to get my genealogy finished in time?

By the way, as a former test and survey designer, The Harvard work has been a dreadful waste of their time.

A short time ago, I had a feeling of precognition, that I was going to die within five years + or -. According to this, my death will occur in March 2011 from a heart attack. So my precognitive feeling was right on track.

Jack writes: "A short time ago, I had a feeling of precognition, that I was going to die within five years + or -. According to this, my death will occur in March 2011 from a heart attack. So my precognitive feeling was right on track."

How on earth would you know?

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