Dating methods rely solely on hand-picked assumptions that cannot be independently verified. But often times, evolutionary dating assumptions conflict with real-time observations. In the 90’s the Hubble telescope looked out into the deepest parts of space to observe distribution of galaxies expecting to see simple to complex stages predicted by the big bang theory. As one peers deeper into space one expects to find younger looking stars. But this is not what was observed by Hubble, instead the telescope discovered an array of mature galaxies in deep space.
More recently, a planetary system that evolutionary scientists believe that formed nearly 13 billion years ago, suggesting the early universe harbored more planets than previously assumed. The falsification of the number of the planets being missed counted is not the story, it’s where they discovered this planetary system! Dated 13 million years old, where do you think it was located? 13 million light years away? Try, 375 light years away! The Earth has been labeled as 4.5 billion years old as well as the rest of our solar system by evolutionists now only 375 years light years away from us, there is a planetary system that supposedly formed 13 billion years ago!
Evolutionary dating methods do not always go goofy with observational data in space, but here on earth as well. For instance, the remarkable artwork discovered on the walls in the Chauvet Cave! Like expectations in space to observe simple to more complex, so are the expectations for human cognitive abilities over a course of many years if you believe in evolutionary thought.
A new paper reaffirms that the remarkable artwork on the walls in the Chauvet Cave are the oldest discovered so far and superior to better-known artworks of Lascaux which is dated much later.
“Chauvet cave, in Vallon Pont d’Arc, Ardèche, France, is a site of exceptional scientific interest for a number of reasons: (i) the variety of its majestic parietal; (ii) very good conservation of the floor and wall ornamentations, exhibiting human and animal imprints; (iii) revelations of unknown techniques in Palaeolithic rock art (such as stump drawing); (iv) predominance of rare themes such as felines and rhinoceroses; and (v) unequalled aesthetic delivery.“
“Remarkably agreeing with the radiocarbon dates of the human and animal occupancy, this study confirms that the Chauvet cave paintings are the oldest and the most elaborate ever discovered, challenging our current knowledge of human cognitive evolution.“
Even using another dating method, cosmic ray exposure, confirmed the paintings to be older. Lascaux paintings have been dated at 12,000 to 17,000 years, while evolutionary scientists estimate the Chauvet paintings date from 28,000 to 40,000 years ago, of course the evolutionary assumption of how many years is way off in both cases.
We observe Cave art that began as wonderful and then degenerated. Very ancient humans were capable of expressing themselves artistically on cave walls did so with such expertise and “unexcelled aesthetic delivery” as to make Leonardo Da Vinci blush. Over and over again, their predictions are falsified. This story matches a Biblical account of the creation of man, not a Darwinian picture. Let’s follow the evidence rather than a human invented story on where it may lead!