Cyrus8088 Posted June 27, 2017 Share Posted June 27, 2017 Personally, I wouldn't call 20s young I get that many people on this site are in their 30s or maybe even 40s so they see 20s as young, sure I get that logic, they're older, probably more wiser but just pinning something as 20s is young is a highly personal opinion and relates to you as what you think 20s are as a individual So I'm not having anymore problems, just want to have a reasonable discussion about this matter Is it really? Here are my factual points: Many people die in their late 20s more compared to the late teenage years , young people are actually 10s to 15, but soon this whole thing was watered down to 18 years, soon 18 was considered young (due to colleges and universities treating it as so) Now people in their 20s are young? I saw a post on this webpage which even said 29 is a young age where you "discover" yourself Honestly, I highly disagree but see what they mean Back in the medieval times, life expectancy was 31.3 of age, due to the hostile times and the lack of medical advances So using common sense, it would be that the actual average human who isn't advanced in technology with all these life expanding medication but still a healthy lifestyle (people in the medieval times spent more time standing and walking than we do today) would be 30-50 ((minus the hostile nature of the medieval times)) So point is, I don't see how people can consider people after 20s or even late 20s, young? ? if anything, the body starts to change drastically over the span of these years It's even evident in your skin as it shows aging (so are middle aged people, really middle aged??) I don't think so, the medicine has a huge impact on this, but scientifically there is nothing wrong with any of this, humans are simply mentally evolving but not as fast physically evolving Our brains evolve much faster, the problem is actually how we're labeling this If you threw average human on a island with nothing except a survival manual, their life expectancy would actually go down to their natural human state, their actual life expectancy If I want to describe the actual life expectancy and what is actually considered that, it will be a long post about nature, humans and technology All things considered, these are the reasons why I don't personally agree that 20s or late 20s is young, and your body certainly doesn't either Please, enlighten me with your thoughts Link to comment
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