Yeah...I love that one. I like how scientists now confirm the finches are the same...eg the small beaks and the large beaks....how they ADAPT over time and season. Adaptation is a wonderful part of God's design. In a secular sense, we'd call it micro-evolution.Funny you should say that. The previous documentary in the series I was watching today was on the Galapagos - and that featured Darwin's finches. Evolution in action - and shown by science as well - DNA shows they are related species.
Don't know about the oil bit, sorry.I'm sure you have an answer - but haven't in the past bothered to look it up - but do you deny the existence of dinosaurs and the process by which oil was formed from organic matter over millenia?
I know, wild eh? If you kept hiking up to the North Pole, you can find fossil palm frongs.I like hiking and a bit of (easy) mountain climbing. I've seen fossils of sea creatures way up in mountains and hills - as well as the fossils in marble, for example. That accords with the earth not being 6000 years old.