As genetics continue advances, it has reached a point of challenging paleontology time frames. The evolution theory is not conveying to the most accurate scientific branch of genetics. Paleontologists are at a crucial and rough avenue. The time tables for genetics for mitochondrial DNA and Paternal mtDNA are corroborating that the time frames from the first humans is within 6000 years old.
Paleontology has too many holes proving the accuracy of time frames and Carbon 14. In the 1990, The New York Times reported on the errors of Carbon 14 test. In a most recent article from 2018, sciedaily.com run a page about the carbon dating inaccuracies. With this in mind, the chips for better and more accurate time tables are falling in the hand of genetics.