What is radiometric dating in biology
Scientists who advocate an old earth regard young earth creationism as being unscientific.
But the predominantly atheistic scientists rely on a double standard that ignores numerous counterexamples to an Old Earth, and the believers in an Old Earth also over-rely on flawed radiometric dating.
YECs believe that most rocks were laid down in two main episodes.
Young earth creationists also believe that many of the mountains, valleys, and lakes we see today were formed by the geological transformations caused by the flood.
They further argue that the scientific evidence is more consistent with the creationary point of view than the evolutionary point of view.
Critics argue, however, that none of the YEC beliefs are subject to the scientific method, but the same criticism applies to theories promoted by evolutionists.
They subsequently published this in 2001 in Physical Review Letters. Russell Humphreys proposed a model based on Einstein's law of relativity (as the Big Bang model is), but with a different starting assumption, a bounded universe.
Humphreys's model proposes that God created the universe much smaller than it is now, then expanded it, quoting the Bible saying that God "stretched out the heavens".