Back in the mid-seventeenth century, Archbishop James Ussher of the Church of Ireland calculated that the earth was created on October 23, 4004 BC at 9:00 AM—and I assume he meant Pacific Daylight Time. When my geology class met at 9 on the morning of October 23 some years ago, it turned into a surprise party put on by the geology department to celebrate the creation of the earth.
Exactly. The bible gives an account of all the decendents of Adam and how long they lived as well as Moses. It can be calculated. It can not be true. But there is an even bigger problem in Genesis in that there are two contradictory stories of Creation. Now either it happened one way or the other but not both ways.