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The lowest age defended on a scientific basis is in the 6 to 10 thousand year range.
Evolutionism, of course, requires billions of years to support the plausibility of life's emergence and of subsequent Evolution from “amoeba” to man.
How are these processes used to estimate the age of rocks?
Two of the most widely-known systems are the potassium-argon method and the uranium-lead method.
Most systems promoted by Evolutionists involve radioactivity.
Various radioactive elements are involved, including Carbon-14, Uranium-238, Thorium-232, and Potassium-40.
Theoretically, Creationism remains workable within a wide range of age estimates.
Scientists have proposed numerous age estimation methods.
By the way, it is important to understand that most rock strata “dates” were actually assigned long before the first use of radioactive age estimating methods in 1911.
The Carbon-14 age estimating method is, at best, only useful for estimating the age of things that are thousands of years old, not millions or billions.