Paleomagnetic dating accuracy
It could not produce life out of nothing."It is no secret that evolutionists worship at the shrine of time.
There is little difference between the evolutionist saying 'time did it' and the creationist saying ' God did it.' Time and chance is a two-headed deity. Just piled sand or sloshing seawater, and that is all there would be to it.
Can time change rocks into raccoons, seawater into turkeys, or sand into fish?
Can time invent human hormones, the telescopic eye of an eagle, or cause the moon to orbit the earth? The truth is that the longer the time, the greater the decay, and the less possibility that evolution could occur.
Before that time, we have absolutely no verification for any supposed dating method of science.
(More evidence on this will be found in chapters 6 and 18, Age of the Earth, and Ancient Man.)If human beings have been on this planet for over a million years, as theorized by evolutionists, then we should have a large amount of structures and written records extending back at least 500,000 years.
Much scientific effort has been expended in an attempt to show that eons of time are available for evolution."Just what is time? It is merely a lot of past moments just like the present moment. Since a living creature would have to come into existence all at once suddenly, in all its parts--in order to survive, it matters not how many ages we pile onto the watching; nothing is going to happen! It surely is not scientific to imagine that perhaps it came true when no one was looking.
Imagine yourself staring at a dirt pile or at some seawater, at a time when there was nothing alive in the world but yourself. There is no evidence that self-originating life or evolving life is happening now, has ever happened, or could ever happen.*G.
Third, evolution of living organisms into more advanced life forms by natural selection or mutations.
"In a billion years [from now], it seems, intelligent life might be as different from humans as humans are from insects . To change from a human being to a cloud may seem a big order, but it's the kind of change you'd expect over billions of years." Freeman Dyson, Statement made in 1986, quoted in Asimov's Book of Science and Nature Quotations, p. [American mathematician.]"Slowness has really nothing to do with the question.
An event is not any more intrinsically intelligible or unintelligible because of the pace at which it moves.
In fact, not even the dating methods confirm the dating methods! With but very rare exception, they always disagree with one another!
There are a number of very definite problems in those dating methods.
This was dealt with in the chapter by that name (chapter 1).