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World’s oldest man dies at 116: Creationists suspect foul play

by | 12th, June 2013

Jiroemon Kimura, the world’s oldest person and according to the record books the oldest man ever to have lived, has died of natural causes in Japan at the age of 116.

JIROEMON Kimura has died in his native Japan (see photo above). He was 116.  His death is not being treated as suspicious. The official verdict is that the world’s oldest living human died of natural causes.

Mr Kimura was born in 1897. In December 2012, the record books stated that that Mr Kimura was officially recognised as the oldest man ever to have lived.

The oldest living human being was French woman Jeanne Calment, who died in 1997 at the age of 122.

But the Guinness book of world records is not the only record book. The Hebrew Bible says Methuselah lived to the ripe age of 969. Reports are that his death was not natural . His remains have never been found. But a likeness was erected at Kentucky Creationist

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