However, to draw this conclusion we have to assume that the rate of cratering has been the same in the past as it is now.
And there are now good reasons for thinking that it might have been quite intense in the past, in which case the craters do not indicate an old age at all (see below).
The assumptions behind the evidences presented here cannot be proved, but the fact that such a wide range of different phenomena all much younger ages than are currently generally accepted, provides a strong case for questioning those accepted ages (currently 13.77 billion years for the universe and 4.543 billion years for the solar system).
Also, a number of the evidences, rather than giving any estimate of age, challenge the assumption of slow-and-gradual uniformitarianism, upon which all deep-time dating methods depend.
Such folding can be seen world-wide and is consistent with a young age of the earth. website, it’s really easy to navigate and it is a massive bonus to be able to read back-issues of your magazines … I recently found out about this site/tomb they are digging up in between SYRIA and TURKEY that's "supposed" to re-write our history books. If those who support the creation ideas feel that they have a better understanding of how oil and gas form, then they should form a company to look for such commodities using their ideas. So far as I know, there is no law that restricts oil and gas exploration to those who believe in evolution. in finding oil and gas: see what geologist Dr John Morris said.
Along the mid-ocean ridges, the detailed pattern of magnetic polarisation, with islands of differing polarity, speaks of rapid changes in direction of Earth’s magnetic field because of the rate of cooling of the lava. without your ministry I probably wouldn’t be a Christian today. Go ahead and form a company that includes in its charter a statement that money raised will be used to apply creatist principles to oil and gas exploration. As Dr Morris recounts, he attempted to do something similar to what you suggest.
When the evolutionists throw up some new challenge to the Bible’s timeline, don’t fret over it.