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Were there to be no adverse effects on health of being overweight, how much longer would someone live due to time dilation?

Asked by ragingloli (51997points) May 1st, 2019

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RedDeerGuy1's avatar

I’m 20,000 years old, and a little bit overweight. So I would guess at least that.

Inspired_2write's avatar

Well for one if by “no effects” no weight gain then depends on other factors such as wars,food and fresh water availability , overcrowding of the population etc Lots of other factors to consider.

stanleybmanly's avatar

Luigi If not a job, how about a hobby? What sort of answer do you expect to a vague open ended question like this? Can’t you see from the outset that you’ve provided nothing regarding the extent and duration of the dilation? Forget about time dilation. It’s a needless red herring of an addition to a question that’s meaningless on its face. Were there no adverse health effects to being overweight, how long would a fat person live? See what I mean? Mama so fat, she has her own zip code.

kritiper's avatar

How long do you want to live? To the point where you’re just a blob of toothless flesh on a table with wires and tubes protruding from you? Is that living??

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