Evolution is a joke: This isn't CGI, it's a real-life creature known as a sea angel (Clione limacina) found in the cold waters of the Arctic and North Atlantic Oceans. Credit: Alexander Semenov
This is the account of a formerly atheist scientist who was honest enough to convert as he realized science and evolution couldn't possibly explain creation, life and especially human life.
I am meditating on the dilemma consisting in the contradiction between the few thousands years of the Bible and the billions years of the Carbone isotope age-measuring method. I am sure that the dilemma will be resolved soon in favor of Creation-age. So the BB will popping like a bubble on the oven...
@Bazsó-Dombi Attila I'm not a scientist by any means, but it was once explained to me by someone who is that the problem lies with the assumptions built into the test, and they don't consider that these assumptions could be incorrect....e.g. how much carbon was present to begin with, half-life assumed as a constant, the flood's impact, etc.