Dendrochronology Bottleneck

Trees grow one ring per year. Warm damp years cause the tree to grow faster and lay down a thicker ring. You can count the rings to find out how old a tree is. You can look for a matching pattern of thick/thin tree rings from the core in other older trees. We can work back 10,000 years. Creationists tell us (without evidence) that there was a global flood in 2304-01-01BC. Drowning trees for a year should have killed the trees or at least interrupted their growth. There is no sign of any such interruption in the tree rings anywhere. Therefore the flood could not have happened. The flood is a creationist lie.

~ Roedy (1948-02-04 age:70)