All the dating methods used to support evolution and the Old Earth are conjectural and untestable despite being treated as if they were as solid as fact; and so is the fossil order that is interpreted to support evolution. It certainly exists, the fossils do occur in a predictable order, but the interpretation is pure conjecture, and showing that evolution has a natural limit, that it can't continue beyond the boundary of a "Kind," would prove the evolutionary interpretation of the fossil order to have been an illusion. Showing that the actual evidence proves rapid deposition of the strata would likewise overthrow the Geological Timescale with its imaginary time periods.
To say this here and now is a bit of bluster I know, because I'm not up to making the arguments again right now, but then I've made them dozens, hundreds of times, over the last few years, here but also at EvC forum.
I've pretty much abandoned my blogs and don't know if I'll get back to them. Bluster or not I believe the two arguments to be true, I even believe they have been proved, and I just want to say it again. I'm tired, I've been tired of debating for some time so I hope I can quit now. That may or may not mean I'm quitting blogging as well. If my blogging days are over at least this restatement can be a sort of finale. And if I get a second wind I'll be back to make the case again.