As I am dealing with the chthonian theory, I decided to ask scientists whether they have an evidence for ‘conventional’ fossil ages they publish. It is a big surprise for me to find out that they probably haven’t. My question on ResearchGate reached already 300 reads and there is no relevant answer.
You can find it here:
I am still waiting for the answers. I thought that it will be easy to provide any evidence, but it seems that it is harder than expected.
Why do I actually ask? According to the chthonian theory, Earth had an icy sarcophagus and started to expand rapidly approximately 180 million years ago. The loads from the ice were rather unsuitable for living organisms to evolve or arise. The same with high gravity.