That's not what I implied. My own reading of it is the curse God set upon Adam and Eve defined the conditions their life would take outside Eden, but had nothing to say regarding the duration of that life. Neither was the duration of their life defined by anything related in the narrative of their time in Eden.
"I will greatly multiply thy sorrow and thy conception; in sorrow thou shalt bring forth children; and thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee."
"Cursed is the ground because of you; In toil you shall eat of it All the days of your life. "Both thorns and thistles it shall grow for you; And you shall eat the plants of the field;"
These are the curses God levies upon Eve in Genesis 3:16 and Adam in 3:17. They make no suggestion that the duration of Adam or Eve's lives are shortened in any way either via the curse, or their expulsion from Eden. If, as some claim, it was continuing access to the fruit from the Tree of Life that granted perpetual life, then it would not have been necessary for the narrative to make the point that eating that fruit (and the fruit from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil) granted likeness to God - because if A&E had already eaten of that fruit they would already "be as one of us".
There is no part of the entire narrative that suggests the duration of Adam or Eve's lives were affected by their expulsion from Eden, or the curse bestowed upon them. So placing an interpretation such as you suggest is not warranted by what is written or implied in that narrative.
Edited by Leonardo, 15 September 2013 - 01:35 PM.