Ages of millions of years are all calculated by assuming the rates of change of processes in the past were the same as we observe today—called the principle of uniformitarianism.
Although age indicators are called ‘clocks’ they aren’t, because all ages result from calculations that necessarily involve making assumptions about the past.
In addition to numerous factual errors and failures to understand the theories which it is intended to criticize, the document suffers from faulty logic.
A list of arguments broken down by fallacy is presented at the end of this page.
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