Evolutionists likely will say that 30,000 is not close to 6,000 years; therefore I lose either way. Well, first 30,000 is only off 6,000 by a factor of 5. It is off 65,000,000 years by a factor of 2166. Which is a greater error—5 or 2166? Also, soft, flexible tissue from dinos suggests that the dino was not even 30,000 years old, and we do not know what the trauma of a global flood with volcanic eruptions would do to the aging process.