What many of them do not realize is that there is considerable disagreement on the dating of human evolution; it depends on who you ask. The main items on which evolutionists focus are two supposed splits in their mythological history: the one between humans and chimp lineages, and another between modern humans and Neanderthal-type humans. One of the greatest failings for human evolutionary timelines involves molecular clocks. This isn't just a tweak for Daylight Saving Time, either. Why are there so many date problems if evolution is almost-settled science? Because this kind of evolution never happened, old son. Creation happened, as the evidence indicates.
If you listen closely to newscasters, schoolteachers, and evolutionary experts when they talk about our evolutionary history, you will notice discrepancies in the numbers they quote. Do those discrepancies bother you? Or do you, like many people, simply hear another really big number and move on with your day? Well, those discrepancies are pretty big, and they bother scientists who are concerned about the accuracy of their claims.I hope you'll take the time to read the rest of the article. To accomplish this, it would be mighty helpful to click on "Resolving Human Evolutionary Dating Dilemmas". A similar article is also worth your time, "How Many More Anomalies Can Darwinism Take?"
Now keep in mind that evolutionary scientists are not in the habit of questioning whether or not apelike-creature-to-human evolution occurred. Nor are they in the habit of attributing the sorts of differences that distinguish us modern humans from Neanderthals to a cause any different from that which makes us different from our supposed ape cousins. But, with complete confidence that we are the products of millions of years of evolution, they would like to know when the key events in our evolutionary history happened.
The human evolution timeline is considered to be almost settled science by Darwinists, but there are some very serious problems in the dating.