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So, we have a “clock” which starts ticking the moment something dies.Obviously, this works only for things which were once living.This is partly due to the legacy of the doctrine of uniformitarianism passed down from one generation of geologists to the next since the time of Charles Lyell in the early nineteenth century.Uniformitarianism assumes that the vast amount of geological change recorded in the rocks is the product of slow and uniform processes operating over an immense span of time, as opposed to a global cataclysm of the type described in the Bible and other ancient texts.Some are found in these pipes, such as kimberlites, while other diamonds were liberated by water erosion and deposited elsewhere (called alluvial diamonds).According to evolutionists, the diamonds formed about 1–3 billion years ago.Thus they probably formed at a depth of 100–200 km.Geologists believe that the ones we find must have been transported supersonically to the surface, in extremely violent eruptions through volcanic pipes.

They have the same ratio of carbon-14 to carbon-12 as the atmosphere, and this same ratio is then carried up the food chain all the way to apex predators, like sharks.

Diamond is the hardest substance known, so its interior should be very resistant to contamination.

Diamond requires very high pressure to form—pressure found naturally on earth only deep below the surface.

Evolutionists generally feel secure even in the face of compelling creationist arguments today because of their utter confidence in the geological time scale.

Even if they cannot provide a naturalistic mechanism, they appeal to the "fact of evolution," by which they mean an interpretation of earth history with a succession of different types of plants and animals in a drama spanning hundreds of millions of years.