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Scientific arguments for a young Earth

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This is a challenge article.
If you think that there is evidence for the topic of the page, please present it here. You'll be the first.

The title reads "young Earth" for simplicity. This is an article for any creation scientist to show evidence (discounting negative proofs) that proves the Earth to be 6,000 years old (give or take 20%, or 1200 years).

Two tumbleweeds rolling across the screen, from left to right.

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