"Pedigree-based mutation rates act as an independent test of the young-earth creation and evolutionary timescales. Currently, evolutionists use published Y chromosome pedigree-based mutation rates to argue for an ancient origin of humanity. However, their published studies rely on low-coverage sequence runs. We show that pedigree-based mutation rates from high-coverage sequence runs are hidden in the evolutionary literature, and we demonstrate that these rates confirm a 4,500-year history for human paternal ancestry." See article at link below.