This is true only to the extent that the video in question is narrated by a young-earth whackjob who looks and sounds disturbingly like Richard Dawkins. Watching the video is thus much like watching George Carlin deliver a speech in an impassive monotone about how bright and charming most people are, or seeing Sarah Palin offer her latest insights about superstring theory. Other than that, though, it’s standard creationist bullshit — allege that something that real scientists have elucidated is actually a quandary for them, then solve a nonexistent problem (or more to the point, something that is a problem only for YECs) by throwing up a Biblical model in its place. Boilerplate drivel.
You may have noticed that the guy who operates this blog, Ikester, himself doesn’t possess an especially deep understanding of that which he purports to debunk:
Most all evolutionists believe that the geologic column was laid over millions of years of time. But they do not have a working mechanism or explanation as to why each layer is different, and some are the same. Or why the fossil record did not record living fossil time-line (where they are found, until present time). But instead of going into the problems with how the geologic column has the fossils ordered, we will instead concentrate on the formation of it. So do evolutionists have a working process showing how the layers would form over millions of years, or do they base this solely on age dating of each layer?
Someone ought to tell Ike (actually I did, but he surely won’t approve my comment) that “evolutionists” aren’t in the earth-science business any more than economists are into designing bridges, but that’s the least of his misapprehensions. Inasmuch as I can even tell what the fuck he’s trying to say, and I’d be lying if I said I could, I’ll just point you toward the truth behind a couple of primitive but common myths: the idea that the age of the earth (and in particular, the ages of geological strata) is not supported by evidence, and the claim that tree fossils in these strata are found out of order. There’s also a formal fisking of the global flood argument, not that anyone here needs to be convinced.
You can read elsewhere on Ike’s blog that plankton disprove evolution because of their apparent ability to change their entire environment to “suite” their needs, but I think you get the general idea by now.