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Yetos
14-07-17, 22:18
A man 135 years old claim to be Hitler

I do not know how true is it?
but is it possible a man at his 135 think like that?


http://theduran.com/man-living-in-argentina-claims-to-be-hitler/

or a mania of 100 years life finnaly possesed him.

Twilight
14-07-17, 23:11
A man 135 years old claim to be Hitler

I do not know how true is it?
but is it possible a man at his 135 think like that?


http://theduran.com/man-living-in-argentina-claims-to-be-hitler/

or a mania of 100 years life finnaly possesed him.

That's an amazingly long life. I'd do a DNA test on the man to be absolutely sure.

LeBrok
15-07-17, 00:01
LOL, come on Yetos. Put these two probabilities together. To live to such age if possible, odds are not less than one in a billion (I'm generous). So far I don't think we had anyone lived so long on this planet and proved with hospital or church records, to make it unequivocal. Now, what are the odds that it wasn't anyone of many billions of people on this planet but just the Hitler. Astronomical odds!!! Impossible odds!!! Now, this is a top notch of fake news and conspiracy theory.

Bergin
15-07-17, 04:57
my grand-grandmother suffered from dementia after 90. She started mentioning names that her children never heard before.
Her sister (younger) came to visit my g-grandmother one day. It turned out that my loved g-gmother was talking about characters of her infancy.

Can imagine the same might have happened to this man. Childhood synapses are the last ones to go dark...

davef
15-07-17, 06:01
my grand-grandmother suffered from dementia after 90. She started mentioning names that her children never heard before.
Her sister (younger) came to visit my g-grandmother one day. It turned out that my loved g-gmother was talking about characters of her infancy.

Can imagine the same might have happened to this man. Childhood synapses are the last ones to go dark...

That's interesting... it truly is. I know that dementia is one of the most horrific diseases around (to me, it's about as bad as cancer...) but it's interesting how childhood synapses stay put. I've been around elderly patients as a high school volunteer and id be sad if dementia happened to my worst enemy.

Bergin
15-07-17, 10:56
That's interesting... it truly is. I know that dementia is one of the most horrific diseases around (to me, it's about as bad as cancer...) but it's interesting how childhood synapses stay put. I've been around elderly patients as a high school volunteer and id be sad if dementia happened to my worst enemy.

I was too young to catch the complexity of the situation at the time. She was just funny for me.
Sadly, the story repeated itself with my gmother. Yea, there is very little worse that can happen to a person.

LABERIA
15-07-17, 11:32
LOL, come on Yetos. Put these two probabilities together. To live to such age if possible, odds are not less than one in a billion (I'm generous). So far I don't think we had anyone lived so long on this planet and proved with hospital or church records, to make it unequivocal. Now, what are the odds that it wasn't anyone of many billions of people on this planet but just the Hitler. Astronomical odds!!! Impossible odds!!! Now, this is a top notch of fake news and conspiracy theory.
He like so much this kind of theories. This theories on Yetos have the same effect of candies on small kid.
BTW, 128 years, i don't know why Yetos said 135, probably even this is an other "candy" .

Yetos
15-07-17, 17:24
LOL, come on Yetos. Put these two probabilities together. To live to such age if possible, odds are not less than one in a billion (I'm generous). So far I don't think we had anyone lived so long on this planet and proved with hospital or church records, to make it unequivocal. Now, what are the odds that it wasn't anyone of many billions of people on this planet but just the Hitler. Astronomical odds!!! Impossible odds!!! Now, this is a top notch of fake news and conspiracy theory.


ok
I understand the odds,
what makes me wonder is why someone who left Nazi Germany,
at an age who knows how (if he really is 128) claim to be Hitler,
and no It is not a global conspiracy, but a man suffer from dementia BUT read my question bellow

except if indeed as a kid had strong emotions and was familiar with Hitler,

@ Bergin I agree exactly as you said it

one of the most strong dementia diagnosis cases is Eleni or Tamama,
an exchanged population girl who was last as child, adopted,
at her 60's when her step sister died,
she became another person and spoke another language,
all from her childhood times,
and not even recognised people who lived with them 50 years

there is movie, but I do not know if has english subs ''Bulutlari beklerken''


And that is my question,

when dementia comes usually is bringing memories from the past,
so why this man claim to be Hitler?
he must have childhood emotions or memories to express them now

LeBrok
15-07-17, 18:14
ok
I understand the odds,
what makes me wonder is why someone who left Nazi Germany,
at an age who knows how (if he really is 128) claim to be Hitler,
and no It is not a global conspiracy, but a man suffer from dementia BUT read my question bellow

except if indeed as a kid had strong emotions and was familiar with Hitler,

@ Bergin I agree exactly as you said it

one of the most strong dementia diagnosis cases is Eleni or Tamama,
an exchanged population girl who was last as child, adopted,
at her 60's when her step sister died,
she became another person and spoke another language,
all from her childhood times,
and not even recognised people who lived with them 50 years

there is movie, but I do not know if has english subs ''Bulutlari beklerken''


And that is my question,

when dementia comes usually is bringing memories from the past,
so why this man claim to be Hitler?
he must have childhood emotions or memories to express them nowIt is not uncommon for people with dementia to claim being someone famous or infamous.