As time passes, the amount of helium in the atmosphere increases.
Scientists have estimated the amount of uranium in the earth's crustal rocks.
This results in a constant yearly increase in the distance between the Earth and Moon." "One cannot extrapolate the present 4 cm/year separation rate back into history.
It has that value today, but was more rapid in the past because of tidal effects.
And only 11,200,000 years ago the sun would have physically touched the earth.
The oldest living thing on earth is either an Irish Oak or a Bristlecone pine.
Or to say it another way: there is a LOT of scientific evidence that suggests the Earth is perhaps only thousands of years old, and that the year age that evolution-believing "scientists" have LOUDLY and repeatedly proclaimed to be a fact, is actually based on a strong desire to eliminate God from His own Creation rather than on scientific facts.
Some scientists say that after about 10,000 years little pressure should be left. Assuming that this rate has been constant in the past we can conclude that the earth would have been so hot only one million years ago that no life could have survived.
All of the proposed theories as to where it came from have serious problems.