The Final Countdown

by J-Touchette

"Time goes, you say? Ah no! Alas, Time stays, we go." ~ Henry Austin Dobson

Some people want to know when they are going to die to get the most out of life. Lucky for these people, the Death Clock is available all over the internet in various incarnations so that you can find out when you’re going to die.

While some of these clocks might just ask for your name, birthday and weight, others might ask for pages and pages of information, from your Body Mass Index (BMI) to your e-mail, presumably to send you updates about your death, or to sell the information you gave them.

Most of these clocks let you know they’re just for fun, but some people actually take the results seriously and have become upset with the predictions. If anything, the death clocks can make you live healthier. Seeing how many years difference there is if you were not overweight or a non smoker might just make people adopt a healthier lifestyle so they can live for a few years longer.

If you plan on visiting a death clock, try out a few different ones to get the best date possible so you’re not planning for your life to end on the wrong date. Sometimes the dates can vary by 10 years from site to site.

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