j***@gmail.com

2018-04-13 00:24:43 UTC

Has any famous/infamous person ever died on their 100th birthday?

Yes. In 2018https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Claude_Servan-Schreiber

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j***@gmail.com

2018-04-13 00:24:43 UTC

Has any famous/infamous person ever died on their 100th birthday?

Yes. In 2018https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Claude_Servan-Schreiber

a***@gmail.com

2019-02-06 23:30:33 UTC

Has any famous/infamous person ever died on their 100th birthday?

If you are 65, your chances of living to 100 are approx 4.4% or 1 in 25. so the probability of dying on your 100th birthday, is at least 25x365x? with ?=the average number of days that anybody who gets to 100 lives to. So if the average age of all people making 100 is 101.5. say 550 days or 550/1. Them my amateur maths says the poss of any body who is now 65 dying on their 100th birthday is25x365x550 or over 5 million to 1.

But I stand to be corrected

Louis Epstein

2019-02-08 02:03:58 UTC

Has any famous/infamous person ever died on their 100th birthday?

If you are 65, your chances of living to 100 are approx 4.4% or 1 in 25. so the probability of dying on your 100th birthday, is at least 25x365x? with ?=the average number of days that anybody who gets to 100 lives to. So if the average age of all people making 100 is 101.5. say 550 days or 550/1. Them my amateur maths says the poss of any body who is now 65 dying on their 100th birthday is25x365x550 or over 5 million to 1.

But I stand to be corrected

birthday.

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The World Trade Center towers MUST rise again,

at least as tall as before...or terror has triumphed.

a***@gmail.com

2019-02-06 23:33:16 UTC

The mathematical odds of someone with a non-February-29th birthday dying

on his or her birthday are exactly 400 in 146096, or 1 in 365.24. The

odds of someone with a February 29th birthday dying on February 29th are

96 in 146096, or 1 in 1521.8333.... The real odds could diverge from the

mathematical odds if there was some medical reason why people are more or

less likely to die on their birthday, such as a cause that could be

psychologically induced. My hunch is that such factors are either

nonexistent or are very weak.

Hall of Famer Gabby Hartnett died on his 72nd birthday.on his or her birthday are exactly 400 in 146096, or 1 in 365.24. The

odds of someone with a February 29th birthday dying on February 29th are

96 in 146096, or 1 in 1521.8333.... The real odds could diverge from the

mathematical odds if there was some medical reason why people are more or

less likely to die on their birthday, such as a cause that could be

psychologically induced. My hunch is that such factors are either

nonexistent or are very weak.

Okay, it's not as cool as the 100th birthday, but he was born on 12/20/1900

and passed on 12/20/72...that should count for something.

--GG

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