The guy accepted evolution. He did not falsify evolution. And his work was merely establishing the particulars of evolution. So you can stop misrepresenting him now, especially as you don't believe in the evidence he used to write his papers since it involves stuff that's older than planet Earth, according to you.<quoted text>
On #1, the math used was a population statistic average over known history. I would need to look up the calc. Agree with the variable's involved. Its a question, not a proof.
On #2, he worked in a time when one could get more non-evolutionary challenges or things to think about past peer review. Never happen today. You can imagine, you could measure his job life in seconds, no 1/2 lives involved.
Again, very charming. He's wrong:I knew Dr. M. Miller personally because of his work in Alaska. I once asked, "Maynard, how old is the oldest ice on the planet", his answer; "less than 6000 years", I asked, "do you have documentation on that", "yes its in one of my papers - "in the tables"! He sent me a copy. That was 30 years ago. OK, can we have a truce over this "what God thinks of me" stuff?
Unless of course there really WAS a God who didit with magic only 6,000 years ago because in the end such an entity can make anything look like however it likes.