Eugenics and the old Nobility.
(03-04-2023, 07:10 PM)Muskox Wrote:  An ancestor of mine who was born in the first half of the 17th century lived to be 106. The founder of the Francisco family is said to have lived to 136, but of course it's controversial.
“106?!? Under paganism he would have never suffered such a horrible fate.”

I was reading about Hesse Herman on wiki and he married someone of the Bernoulli family.

The Bernoulli family were a patrician family, notable for having produced eight mathematically gifted academics who, among them, contributed substantially to the development of mathematics and physics during the early modern period.
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