I am currently 45 years old and began playing EVE when I was 37. In corporations and alliances I have been in during the course of my career, I always knew that I was older than many of my peers. But, I never felt that being older gave me any real disadvantage in the game.
While watching the video I kept watching the year of my birth (1970). Most of the video showed it hovering evenly between 75% and 95%. There was a point about 2010 when I moved closer to 75%, but by the end had returned to 85%.
The part about Neville's post which I loved the most was his statement about the next 15 years. I agree that EVE is a stress reliever, it helps to foster relationships with others and breeds a culture which is very similar to a family. I have made more friends over the past 7 years playing EVE than I have outside of the game. If the next 15 years can be anything like the past 7, I will be a happy camper.
Thanks Neville and a huge thanks to CCP for such a wonderful game!