Analysis of fatty residue in pottery from the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia revealed evidence of fermented dairy products – soft cheeses and yogurts – from about 7,200 years ago.
Ken Ham didn’t like the cheese.
Finding someone willing to eat government-surplus cheese is always difficult. That’s all the more true when its 7,200 years old.
Since radiometric decay rates were sped up by factors of billions during the flood year, does that mean this cheese is really just 7 days old? Perhaps one of the researchers forgot where they left their lunch.
Keep in mind that the physics which operated prior to the Noahic Flood not only accelerated radiometric decay rates and the speed of light. The metabolism of cheese molds proceeded at tremendous speeds. So pre-flood wheels of cheese could age within nanoseconds. (Some cheddars required more patience, perhaps as much as a millisecond.)