Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Scientist in Australia is going to take an euthanasia. David Goodall is the reputed scientist of Botany and Ecology. Now, 104 years old David Goodall is not having a deadly disease but his life is getting tougher. In this way they want a respectable end to their life. According to DW, the ecologist Goodall said on the occasion of his birthday, “I am very sorry to reach this age. I am not happy, I want to die, it is not going to be sad, it would be bad when someone will be stopped. ” Goodall also said, “I believe that old people like me should get the right of Assisted Suicide with citizenship.” After a long-standing dispute last year, in a state of Victoria in Australia, “Assisted Dying” or saying that euthanasia has given legal recognition. But for this a person should be seriously ill. This does not apply to David’s case. This law will be applicable from June 2019. Due to this, David is going out of Australia even without wanting. According to the reports, London-born David Goodall lived alone in a small flat in Perth, Western Australia a few weeks ago. He quit his job in 1979 but after that he was constantly engaged in field work. In recent years, he edited the 30 volume “Ecology of the World” series. Two years ago, this oldest scientist from Australia had made a ruckus by saying that the university was leaving the office. At the age of 102, in 2016, he won a legal battle in relation to working in campus at Edith Cowan University in Perth. Here he was working as a research associate. Suicide is illegal with Assisted Suicide or Assistance in suicide in most countries of the world. In this case, David is going to a clinic in Switzerland to end his life. They have contacted an agency from Basel. This agency helps people die. Switzerland has recognized ‘Assisted Death’ since 1942. Many other countries have voluntarily made laws to end their life, but for this serious illness has been kept as a condition. On his last trip, along with Dr. Goodall, his friend, Carol O’Neal, is also a representative of Assisted Dying Advocacy Group Exit International. Before dying, Goodall will meet your family members in France.