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#5: I'm amused to see that "fragile" is the euphemism for "bollocks" in that field.

5. What's sad about happiness here is that the raw data seems to comport entirely with conventional wisdom: one's peak happiness is around 30 followed by a steady decline to around age 60, which seems to cheer people up a little, perhaps explained by reaching the "acceptance" phase of life.

You have to tease the data to get another result.

Is "Does your happiness really turn up at age 50?" really intended to solicit the comment "It depends on what else will still turn up at age 50"?

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