I just decided to compute roughly a numerical value for my life expectancy at any time.

It won't be the official life expectancy of the country where I live since I don't consider myself an average person of that country.

I aim to live longer than an average person by adjusting to healthier lifestyle. On the other hand I limit my life expectancy at any time to not more than the age of the oldest person on the planet at that time. It's not an overestimation to live as long as the still-living people of the 19th century. My computation of my life expectancy is based on the data that www.grg.org/ is providing about validated supercentenarians. Concretely, this is my own computed life expectancy at any moment:

The average age of 100 validated oldest people living at that moment.

So now my life expectancy is 110.73 years old according to my own calculations.

It would be better if I computed the average age of 100 validated oldest males but I don't know where to get that data. There are only 10 males on that list.

Note that calculating the life expectancy for myself this way does not necessarily mean that I have a finite number of years to live.

Mostly for fun, I'll try to compute my life expectancy, every time I get updated data (every 3 to 10 days) to see if it is changing (I expect to slightly increase every month).

Again this is not scientific derivation.

I am interested to see the increase of the average age of 100 validated oldest living people in the months and years to come.

**Edited by struct, 26 October 2006 - 09:55 PM.**