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For a male in the UK 2270592000 (72 years) and for a female 2396736000 (76 years)
This was based on lifespan in 2006.
Figures for 2002 from the national office of statistics indicate
2554416000 (81 years) for females and 2396736000 (76) for males.
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There are 31,536,000 seconds in a year.
There is a lot of calculation to be done to answer your question depending on whether you are talking about 'normal' in each country or 'normal' in the world.
Below is a list of the life expectancy for each country; multiply each age given by the number of seconds in a year.
To get the number of seconds for 'normal' in the whole world you will have to find the average of all the countries and divide by the nuber of countries then mulitply bty the number os seconds.
I'll let you do that!
Even so, this won't give a very accurate picture because in some countries infant mortality and/or life expectancy is much lower than others.
Far too many for most people