Translating one modern language to another modern language leaves just such possible interpretive holes to tumble into too.
What I presented in astrophysical observation has nothing to do with the ancient word "Yom," yet it strikes completely out of logic "a billion years." Comets and blue stars both attest to creation in the low 1000s of years.
I have made no strudy of genetics or DNA. But I see one large hole in the information about it you have supplied - that being the "caveman genes", the DNA of "Neanderthals and Denisovans", all of which assume that these test genes can have Eskimo DMA compared to them, when caveman, Neanderthals or Denisovans have not been proven to have existed. And if I am not mistaken through forgetfullnes, my studies of childhood showed that Neanderthal was a total body construction from a single pig tooth - a hoax so eventually admitted by the evolutionary scientist who built it.
You are welcome to accept any philosophy you like, just as I am. And I have chosen to stand firmly upon God's word, testing all else by His word, including the possible age of blue stars, comets, new stars etc. etc. etc.
So between us it would seem that we hold different worldviews - if this intrigues you, have a watch of Dr, Lisle's presentation mentioned already and you may see that my purposeful avoidance of quoting God's word does not strike God's word out of that difference between our worldviews.
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