Average lifespan Edit
I suppose I take issue with the fact the label is "average lifespan" as opposed to just "lifespan." I see no indication that 100 is the average lifespan of a human so much as it is perhaps considered around an upper limit. In Dark Force Rising, Luke expresses shock at the possibility of a human - C'Baoth - being over 100. If the average lifespan for a human was 100, an above average lifespan would not be such a shock. —Unsigned comment by 126.96.36.199 (talk • contribs).
- I don't remember 100% and I don't the book so I can't check it right now, but I think in the Millennium Falcon novel when they discover Tobb Jadak's there is something about humans being able to live well over 100 years. --Mattjorgdbb (talk) 15:53, December 13, 2012 (UTC)
Wasn't one of the datacrons in the Old Republic game mentioned that humans did indeed originate from Coruscant? --Senjuto 17:29, January 18, 2012 (UTC)
Who was the force sencitive human that passed the 800 year of life ? --Madman361 10:55, March 18, 2012 (UTC) I don't know, but Revan, through use of Sith Alchemy was able to be alive 300 years after birth. The Sith Emperor himself, while originally a sith species, later used human host body and lived more than 1500 years, it is likely that many sith lord would be able to live for hundreds if not thousands of years using rituals of new host bodies, and a large portion of sith lords are human. human sith lords such as Darth Zash and Darth Sidious had performed such ritual.
I am sorry but I have to point this out in Behind the scences Though Humans have been portrayed in film mostly by actors of European descent If you do not understand read it out loud, that is possible one of the most lizard-brained wording I have ever read on a wiki. Alertfiend (talk) 04:49, May 2, 2013 (UTC)