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  • Surveys show that most people want to diequickly, in their sleep, and without notice

    調查顯示,很多人都想「快速、在睡夢和不經意地」死去

  • but the odds of that happening for you are incredibly low.

    但這機率對你來說是不可置信的低

  • So, when the time comes, how are you most likely to die?

    所以,當時候到來時,你會怎麼死呢?

  • In 1901, the average life expectancy of humans was 31 years old,

    在 1901 年,人類可預期的平均壽命為 31 歲,

  • and in just over 100 years, that average has gone up to 71.

    但才過了 100 年,平均值已經提高到了 71 歲

  • If you live in a developed nation like France or Canada,

    如果你住在已開發國家,像是法國跟加拿大,

  • you'll likely live closer to 82,

    你可能可以活到近 82 歲

  • while developing or majority world countries like Rwanda age to 64 on average.

    在發展中或者是世界上大部分的國家,像是盧安達,平均值則為 64 歲

  • And many of these people die in weird ways,

    其中有很多人死得很奇怪

  • including 27 people from selfie-related accidents in 2015.

    包括 2015 年時 27 個死於自拍而導致的意外

  • One man died of heart failure and exhaustion after playing Starcraft for 50 hours on end.

    有人則是在玩了整整 50 小時的星際爭霸後,死於心臟衰竭與過勞

  • And annually 100 people die in Russia from falling ice.

    每年有 100人在俄羅斯死於掉落的冰錐

  • Not to mention about 70 children will choke to death on hot dogs every year.

    更不用提有每年大約 70 個孩童因噎到熱狗而死

  • But if we use the United States as an example of the western world,

    但如果我們用美國做為西方世界的例子

  • we had over 318 million people living in 2014, of which more than 2.6 million died.

    在 2014 年,他們有超過三億一千八百萬的人口,死亡人口卻超過兩百六十萬

  • Almost half of these people died of heart disease or cancer,

    其中幾乎一半的人死於心臟疾病或癌症,

  • which is much different than 100 years ago

    跟一百年前有很大的不同

  • when most people died from tuberculosis and influenza.

    當時的人大多死於肺結核跟流感

  • Scientific advancements such as antibiotics and vaccines

    科學進展方面,像是抗生素跟疫苗,

  • have allowed us to die less often of the flu or TB,

    使得我們可以降低人們因流感及肺結核的死亡率,

  • and even decreased how often we die of cancer.

    甚至是降低癌症的死亡率

  • In the 1970's, the survival rate from cancer was only 50%.

    在 1970 年代,癌症的存活率只有 50%

  • Today that has increased to 68%, with 15.5 million cancer survivors alive in the US today.

    今天已經增加到 68%,美國有近一千五百五十萬的癌症倖存者仍活在世上

  • Thanks SCIENCE!

    感謝科學!

  • Unfortunately, both heart disease and cancer aren't 'sudden killers

    不幸地,心臟疾病跟癌症兩者都不是「瞬間殺手」,

  • and involve mostly long, drawn out deaths.

    而且會拖很長時間,緩慢的死亡

  • In fact, 60% of deaths in hospital are attributed to one of these,

    事實上,60% 在醫院的死亡中,即是屬於這其中之一,

  • with 1 in 10 of those individuals being in a hospital for a month or more.

    有十分之一的人在醫院待了一個月或更久

  • Of course, sudden deaths do happen,

    當然,突然的死亡也是會發生的,

  • with over 136,000 people dying of unintentional injuries or accidents in 2014, in the US.

    在美國,2014 年有十三萬六千人死於無心的傷害或者是意外中

  • The media can also affect our fear and anxiety of death from strange causes.

    媒體播報的一些奇怪死因,也可能影響我們對死亡的恐懼跟焦慮

  • After all, not one person died of a shark attack in the US during 2014,

    畢竟,在 2014 年的美國,沒有人死於被鯊魚攻擊,

  • but 38 people were killed by dogs that year.

    但同年,卻有 38 人死於被狗咬

  • Many fear biking within a city, but you're more likely to die walking as a pedestrian,

    有很多人害怕騎腳踏車造成的意外死亡,但其實你更有可能死於行走時

  • with 6,200 pedestrians killed, and only 900 killed in bike accidents.

    有 6200 個行人死了,卻只有 900 人是因為自行車意外而死

  • For every 1 person that dies in a terrorist attack, 80 will die from alcoholism.

    每有一個人死於恐怖攻擊,就有 80 人死於酒精中毒

  • In fact, a majority of terrorist activity in the west is caused by lone wolf attackers,

    事實上,在西方大部分的恐怖活動中,都起因於單一的攻擊者

  • of which 80% were not islamic fundamentalists, but instead, political extremists, nationalist, racial and religious supremacists.

    有 80% 不是正統的伊斯蘭教信仰者,而是政治極端份子、民族主義者、種族跟宗教至上主義者

  • On a worldwide scale in 2015, 78% of all terrorists deaths occurred in just five countries:

    在全球,2015 年,78% 因恐怖攻擊所造成的死亡只發生在五個國家:

  • Afghanistan, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan and Syria.

    阿富汗、伊朗、奈及利亞、巴基斯坦跟敘利亞

  • Where you live has a big impact on how you're likely to die too;

    你住的地方也會影響你如何死亡,

  • in the 34 poorest countries, you're most likely to die of respiratory problems,

    在最貧困的 34 個國家你最有可能死於呼吸方面的問題,

  • not from cigarettes, but from ingesting smoke while cooking.

    不是因為香煙,而是因為吸入烹煮時的油煙

  • Females in Japan are less likely to die of heart disease, and live to 87 years old on average,

    在日本的女性,很少死於心臟方面的疾病,並且活到平均值的 87 歲,

  • compared to 80 years old for American females.

    對比於美國女性的 80 歲

  • This is often attributed to the Japanese diet.

    這大概可以歸因於日本人的飲食

  • In the future, we'll likely not only live longer,

    在未來,我們不只可能可以活的長久,

  • but potentially know exactly how and when we'll die.

    也有機會知道更確切的死因與死亡時間

  • In fact, a recent computer software has been developed

    事實上,最近的電腦程式已經進步到

  • that has been shown to estimate how and when you will die with 96% accuracy,

    在預測你的死因及死亡時間上有 96% 的準確率,

  • based on medical history, lifestyle and many other factors.

    根據醫學史、生活方式以及很多其他的因素

  • The question is - do you want to know how and when you'll die?

    問題是:你會想知道自己會如何死,什麼時候死嗎?

  • Let us know in the comments below.

    在下方的留言區留言讓我們知道吧!

  • You can also find out the Top 5 Regrets People Have Before Dying in our Asap THOUGHT video.

    也可以看我們的另一部影片「人們在死前的五大遺憾」

  • Link in the description for that video.

    連結會放在這部影片的資訊欄

  • And Subscribe for more weekly science videos!

    訂閱更多每週科學新知!

Surveys show that most people want to diequickly, in their sleep, and without notice

調查顯示,很多人都想「快速、在睡夢和不經意地」死去

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