Wow I think I'll leave it to science to define real science instead of an old fantasy book and some guy who once went to prison for tax evasion (no idea who he is or why that part was relevant to bring up, so great introduction to that guy btw lol....)
Kent E. Hovind (born January 15, 1953) is an American Christian fundamentalist evangelist and tax protester. He is a controversial figure in the Young Earth creationist movement whose ministry focuses on denial of scientific theories in the fields of biology (evolution), geophysics, and cosmology in favor of a literalist interpretation of the Genesis creation narrative found in the Bible. Hovind's views, which combine elements of creation science and conspiracy theory, are dismissed by the scientific community as fringe theory and pseudo-scholarship. He has been criticized by Young Earth Creationist organizations like Answers in Genesis for his continued use of discredited arguments that have been abandoned by others in the movement.
Oh no, I'm all for ignoring reality but only if you have a cool enough back story and characters. Genesis needs more of at least one of the following categories:
Dark lords with cool armour, dark elves, faeries, different fairy courts, plant/human hybrids, witches, merfolk, dryads/ents, aliens, homosexual sex, other sex stuff, mysterious androgynous trickster characters with fabulous hair, an angel and a demon who have a long lasting but awkward friendship, dragon gods, dragon elves, naga, elder gods, technomantic dragon gloves, a young woman who gets kidnapped and has her consciousness uploaded into a machine and has to learn to cope with that along with her adopted sister, atmospheric cliff sides with old houses, decaying abandoned places, a race of tribal vespertilian humanoid beings that used to live in mountain caves before they were trapped in rock by a powerful sorcerer and can only be untrapped by powerful spellcasters who they are then bound to serve likes genies until they are freed and have the ability to turn themselves into stone when they choose to spy on people, llamas, lemon magic, ducks, magical schools and colleges, any idea taken from Terry Pratchett, robots, people who can transform into cats and retain a catlike personality when in Human form, a angry artificial intelligence (yes it's AM,
) that wants to get revenge on mankind and kills most Humans leaving several alive. In the end it's just them and one remaining Human that they turn into a geletanous blob but after some time they decide that it would be fun to create life so they experiment so they transform them back and take on a male Human form to get him pregnant and then he eventually gives birth all very graphic and weirdly violent. He eventually runs away, and AM catches up with him with their baby and they have a weird twisted romance, various Norse and Greek Gods, various other characters from other work, some kind of moth king, necklaces that are like rope strung with mushrooms that function as fairy ring teleportation devices, changelings, Satan, Lilith, artistic prince that likes to paint who has been stuck in a tower and needs rescuing, someone with long red hair, magical carnivals, a dark fairy librarian who sometimes moonlights as a stripper, and cake.