It's interesting how some can believe that there was a first man 'Adam', whom was ostensibly created aged 17 years (or so), but can't figure an earth being created aged 13.8B years (or so). I'm confident that Adam's 'baby teeth' were tossed into the fossil record, as well as having an immunoassay evidencing his "past" exposure to "childhood" pathogens, etc. Curious that he had no navel (or did he?). Which of the earth's evidences of eons of age, fossils (proto through huge life forms and such) would compare to a missing navel? I believe that metallurgy was advanced to the point of the electrorefining of aluminum before the deluge (how else was bauxite used in ship building?), why not artificial satellites too?