Full disclosure, I am a creationist, but i want to know the finer points about the big bang and the creation of the universe. So we know that the formation of new rock from lava doesnt make them "day zero" rocks, ie they still would be considered aged when we do radiometric dating. So we know these changes dont change their "clocks" on how old they are, I think this is accepted among creationists and non creationists alike. So how do we know when the earth was formed by the particles of the big bang that the particles from the big bang havent aged on the way to the creation of the Earth assuming the particles from the big bang are "day zero" particles? Could being in the proximity of antimatter age or reverse age matter? So many questions regarding this but I'll stat here.