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Death Clock Watch Out! Your Life Is Ticking Away

Author : Felix Lehmann

Submitted : 2012-03-05 18:04:00    Word Count : 519    Popularity:   579

Tags:   death clock, death, age, BMI, questions

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Have you ever wondered when you would die? When you would have to say good bye to your near and dear ones? How would it affect you if you are told the exact date you would die? I am sure you will not be very pleased. In fact such details have affected many people and put them in a state of depression. Nevertheless death clock is for people who enjoy some fun and it s solely for time pass. There are not scientific supports on the death clock. Now you must be wondering what exactly is this death clock, that all are making a big fuss on! Read below to know more.

Death clock or the death test is nothing but a questionnaire that asks you simple and straight forwards questions. These include your age, date of birth, family history of diseases etc. It also questions on your nature of diet, if you are a smoker or not, if you drink, if you get adequate exercises etc. Depending on this your date of death is predicted, and a countdown begins.

Here are some of the common questions the death clock poses:
Your age and date of birth
Exposure to tobacco, drinks and drugs
Exposure to sun, bad air
Do you have unprotected sex?
Do you share needles?
Had any major operations?
What are your eating habits?
How often you exercise?
What is your BMI?
Do you have family history of genetic diseases?
Did you undergo any major surgeries?

Each site of death clock has more or less similar questions as above.
Is death clock accurate or not? No. It does not have any scientific base. It is done purely for fun and entertainment. The site founders claim that it is only a good humored reminder that life is slipping away.
Many moral complaints have been lodged against death clock by people who have been upset by the results. Death clock asks the browser about his personal information including life style, diet, health and certain environment and family related queries. Most websites always give a disclaimer too that it is just for the sake of fun, and the information or the result produced need not be true.

The mission of some Death clock sites are to make the person aware of the bad habits or the risky activities the person has indulged in that could result in a premature death of the person. It could be an eye opener where the person is given a chance to reform his bad ways. For instance, most death clock questionnaires ask the person for his BMI. It gives awareness within us to be within the correct range as obesity is one main reason for diseases, eventually death. So is the case about smoking, drinking, drugs etc.

Death clock prompts us on the fact that life is precious and each moment should be lived to its fullest. This is denoted by the countdown shown in the death clock.

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