Genetic Clock Research Complies with Biblical Timeframe

If you ride out Folly Road past Stinking Lake (not as bad as it sounds), then head northwest to Deception Pass, you can find the Darwin Ranch. The Winkie Guards are none to fond of sightseers, though. The ranch hands have been in a somber mood lately because genetic clock research is backfiring on their evolutionary research. You'd think they'd have learned from previous experiences.

Genetic clock research supports the biblical creation science timeframe.
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Genetic clocks are a study of DNA variations and how long an organism has supposedly been around. When plugging data into evolutionary presuppositions and deep time assumptions, scientists obtain conflicting results that do not fit their timelines. Using an empirical approach, results are right in keeping with biblical creation science timelines.
A massive new genetic study by secular scientists analyzed the DNA of over 100,000 animal species using about five million DNA sequences. Researchers at The Rockefeller University and the University of Basel found that the amount of DNA variation among humans was about the same as that observed for each of the many animal species they studied.
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When the researchers extrapolated this data into time frames of origins, they discovered that about 90% of all animal life was roughly the same, very recent age—a complete contradiction of evolutionary expectations. Mark Stoeckle, the other study author, remarked, “It is more likely that—at all times in evolution—the animals alive at that point arose relatively recently.” According to evolution, animals have progressively arisen over a half-billion years—not all at once in recent time.
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