If only he had listened to his own advice.
On his Oct. 28 program, Robertson, forgetting all about science, discussed why human lifespans were so much longer in antediluvian times. You see, prior to Noah's flood, it was common for people to live for hundreds of years; Methuselah made it to the ripe old age of 969.
So what is the explanation? According to Robertson, it might have had something to do with nice weather: “Apparently until after the flood there wasn't as much moisture in the air, there weren't as many bacteria, microbes, and things like that, and maybe the climate was such that assaults on our bodies weren't as severe.”
Ken Ham should be pleased.