Originally Posted by Saul Badguy
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.
Pre flood people lived to be 900, so what is the point?
Also taking into account minus infant mortality back in the 1800's, people were living into their 80's.
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