In one medical magazine, I had read about the geriatrics, from what I understand they are specialists in longevity. Their studies show that diseases is the main factor that cut short man’s life. With a healthy lifestyle, we can avoid diseases perhaps, take note of the word perhaps. However, pollution is another factor that is causing the lowering of man’s immunity against diseases because undesirable particulates enter our body without us being aware of it. If man can live in a very clean environment then the lifespan will drastically become longer. That gave me an idea. How about those living in Antarctica? I presume that the south pole is the cleanest place on earth and second is the north pole, all because there are few people there. Yeah, unfortunately man creates the pollution. I wish the geriatric studies would include those people living in the clean areas of the polar region to prove or disprove my theory of longevity against pollution.