How can people survive without food and water for 60 days?

To my knowledge that is a physical impossibility. Given normal circumstances the human body can only survive 3 days with out water, about 2 days in you would become very weak. Along side that, the human body can only survive about 3 weeks with out significant food, again you would become very weak after about 2 to 3 days, depending on how well you ate prior the your situation....

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To my knowledge that is a physical impossibility. Given normal circumstances the human body can only survive 3 days with out water, about 2 days in you would become very weak. Along side that, the human body can only survive about 3 weeks with out significant food, again you would become very weak after about 2 to 3 days, depending on how well you ate prior the your situation.

All that being said, the only situation in which the human body can survive longer than that is in extreme cold. Given the right conditions the human body can go into a certain kind of hibernation and survive longer. However, I have never heard of anyone surviving 60 days.

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Simple: they can't. You can't survive without water for more than a few days. Here's how many days a person can survive without water may not be the best reference, but it seems to be about right: you die after three weeks without food (I had heard 30 days), but only 3 to 4 days without water, and then only if the weather isn't too hot.


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