Rock layers of the world are dated by the hypothesis of fossil correlations to fit them into the hypothetical geologic column. At any location, only a fragment of the geologic record exists and rarely do sequential rock layers actually contain a fossil succession that agrees with the evolutionary scheme. Often vast-age gaps exist In the geologic record. Also, major areas exist where the layers contain fossils In the wrong order, the oldest on top. Physical signs should mark such breaks 1n the evolutionary record-erosion In the case of vast-age gaps and rock debris where overthrust movements supposedly produced the wrong order. More often than not these physical criteria are absent. Existing stratigraphy contradicts the evolutionary claims for vast ages.


Evolution, time, creationism


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