The techniques may be sophisticated, but the facts are plain and simple, and the creationists don't have any of them.
Sure we do...we have the exact same facts the secularist scientists have...the difference is our presuppositions.
A fossil is a fossil is a fossil.
A bone is a bone is a bone
It is the interpretation of that fossil and the bone that separates the secularist from the creationist. And the interpretation is based on what we believe to be true of the world. The secularist assumes no supernatural intervention in history; the creationist assumes the supernatural to be part of the history of the universe
The secularist assumes everything happened by chance and natural selection; the creationist assumes God created the universe, and life on Earth, and that natural selection accounts for the vast speciation we see on Earth. The secularist assumes that pure matter can account for the vast amounts of information in the universe necessary for life; the creationist assumes an intelligent Creator implanted the vast amounts of information in the life that He created on this Earth.
We have the same facts...we just have a different interpretation of those facts.