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Old 01-19-2016, 02:51 PM
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Higher in the high-rise = higher income = ....?
Just a guess. And I'm not even sure what replaces the ....
I'm thinking younger people are more likely to be in the high rises, and their instances of cardiac arrest may be more severe (congenital defects mainly? Those often just pop up in 30s / 40s) so have a lower survival probability. Could be making that up, but in large cities I'd say old people are more likely to be in houses, young people in the upper floors of apartment blocks.
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