Originally Posted by KILLER_CLOWN
You're actually disputing the statement that people are living longer? In 1900, life expectancy was 49. In 1950, it was 68. In 1980, it was 74. Today, it's 78.
Life expectancies are increasing by about a month per year. I have a five year old and a newborn. The younger's life expectancy is almost half a year longer just from an actuarial standpoint.