Fossil record radiometric dating
, who for many years did debate such issues on college campuses, yet because he either "held his own" or won, little by little, evolutionists became unwilling to debate. This is because the facts of science do not support the assertion (or belief) that no intelligence or Intelligent Being was needed to create life and/or its vast and varied forms. Living things are so complex that even people with college degrees in science are realizing that life could not have made itself even in trillions of years.
All clocks (including radiometric ones) require the use of at least three assumptions.
The following clocks point to a young earth, solar system, and universe.
Taken together, they suggest that the earth is quite young -- probably less than 10,000 years old.
As time passes, the amount of helium in the atmosphere increases.
Scientists have estimated the amount of uranium in the earth's crustal rocks.