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Man Dubbed as the Longest Living Human is Ready to Die at 145.

This man just might be the oldest living human in history.

Jessa Ventures





Indonesian Mbah Gotho from Sragen in central Java has been dubbed the world’s longest living person at 145 years old. The old man has in fact outlived some of his immediate family members including his 10 siblings, 4 wives, and children. Meanwhile, his nearest living relatives are his grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren.

But despite living incredibly longer than anyone else, his grandson said that Mr. Gotho has been preparing to die since he was 122.

“What I want is to die. My grandchildren are all independent,” Mr. Gotho said.


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His identity card shows that he was indeed born on December 31, 1870.


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Officials at the local records office in his hometown were able to verify their records and were convinced that Mr. Gotho’s identity card is authentic. And once independently verified, this will make him the oldest person to ever live in history, breaking the record of French woman Jeanne Calment named as the world’s longest living human who died at 122.

Yet again, it’s no longer part of Mr. Gotho’s concerns now.


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According to one of his grandsons, the old man has already bought a burial site close to the graves of his children.

“The gravestone there was made in 1992. That was 24 years ago,” Mr. Gotho’s grandson said.

The 145-year-old man spends most of his days sitting and listening to the radio since his poor eyesight no longer allows him to watch television. During the recent months, he has to be spoon-fed and bathed too as he had become increasingly frail.

When asked about the secret to his amazing longevity, “The recipe is just patience,” he said.



That’s more than enough patience indeed.

H/T: The Telegraph


Colorado Mom Dies After Saving 2-Year-Old Son From Drowning

She sacrificed her life for the sake of her son.

Ann Moises



A mother-of-two from Lakewood, Colorado sacrificed her life to save her son from drowning Tuesday afternoon. The 35-year-old mom and lawyer held her child above water after a boat accident in Lake Powell until a relative came to their rescue.


Chelsey Russell was on a family holiday trip aboard a houseboat that had been moving at 8mph towards the shore when she suddenly heard a scream and a splash. Her two-year-old boy fell overboard. Without thinking twice, she plunged into the lake, reached for her kid, and held him above water.

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A Brave Girl Died Protecting Her Younger Sister During the Recent Earthquake in Italy

In the ultimate act of sacrifice, an 8-year-old girl shields her younger sister from debris when a massive earthquake rocked Italy.

Mich Escultura



A devastating magnitude 6.2 earthquake hit central Italy last August 24 at exactly 10:33am, with up to 247 reported deaths confirmed in its wake. One of these deaths was that of a young 8-year-old girl named Giulia Renaldo whose sacrifice saved the life of her younger sister, Giorgia.

Giorgia, 4, is rescued thanks to the sacrifice of her sister, Giulia.

Giorgia, 4, is rescued thanks to the sacrifice of her sister, Giulia.

In a dramatic moment, 4-year-old Giorgia was pulled from the rubble of her home by rescue workers. Giulia had selflessly thrown herself atop her younger sister as debris fell all around them.

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Filipino Fisherman Found a Giant Pearl Worth $100Million and Kept it Under His Bed

A fisherman recently turned over a giant pearl to the authorities in Palawan, an island province in the Philippines that’s known for its rich marine life.

Faye Williams



Palawan, an island province in the Philippines, boasts of a wealth of marine life. About 45 percent of the fish supply in Metro Manila — the nation's capital region — comes from this area. It is rich not only because of its diverse fish population but also because of pearls. That said, a fisherman recently turned over a giant pearl to the City Tourism Office of Puerto Princesa, which is the the provincial seat of government for Palawan. He just dropped off this monster of a pearl

The over-sized pearl could easily be the biggest natural giant clam pearl in the world. It measures one foot wide, 2.2 feet long, and weighs 34 kilograms or 74.9 pounds. It would far surpass the current Guinness World record holder, the Pearl of Lao Tzu or also known as The Pearl of Allah, weighing 14 pounds, which also came from the same province in Philippines. No wonder the small country is referred to as the "Pearl of the Orient".

The Pearl of Lao Tzu, currently the largest in the world, was also found in Palawan, Philippines.


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