['The materials here today didnt come directly from the Big Bang, except for maybe some hydrogen and helium somewhere. Just like you can't say humans came from the Big Bang. But everything is a result of the Big Bang.
So as time went on and things were formed they got their age. The same thing with brothers and sisters. I came from the same source as my brother did, but our ages are still different.']
Nice try. Your comparing living and non-living material as if they are the same. Living material ages from the day it becomes alive. Non-living material ages from the moment it exploded into existence.
So this means that all non-living material should date close in age. But a 4.3 billion year old earth, in a 18 billion year old galaxy, does not fit with current views of the Big Bang. That's like having a baby that's older than you are. The concept does not work.
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