Ellen White suffered brain damage to the regions that commonly produce Out Of Body Hallucinations and Visions Of Gods, these combined to produce a vision of God creating everything in Six normal days. Ellen, the leading figure of the Seventh Day Adventist movement had a follower who took her visions and produced a pseudo-scientific book of nonsense entitled "Flood Geology".
George McCready Price took his scientific naivety and Ellen's hallucination to produce his work of nonsense to assert her vision as scientific reality. This book was defeated by geologists almost as soon as it was published. As a scientific text, it never saw the light of day.
Though it did gain a following among the extremely naive Christian fundamentalists.
It was only when the likes of Henry Morris who had some geological training decided to usurp the Christian fundamentalist following by publicly pushing "Flood Geology" with his own twist on it, as Henry saw the profit potential of making such claims.
So Henry drummed up support and created an oxymoronic research establishment that does absolutely no research, thus the funds all line the pockets of the members and produces pseudo-scientific literature, which they also sell for extra profit.
Ken Ham, from Australia saw the potential for this and jumped on the now lucrative bandwagon and is reaping a massive profit from his "Creationist Museum" and Answers-in-Genesis support.
Isn't is strange how Hallucinations of a single person can start a multi-million dollar Enterprise.
Young Earth Creationism is not really based on the Bible, it is not based on any honest observation of reality, It is solely based on Ellen White's Brain Damage produced Out Of Body Hallucination!
I've had Out Of Body Hallucinations, but, I know them to be Hallucinations.
Ellen thought hers were real.
George Price and her followers thought them to be real.
Science/Neurology knows they were not real.
YEC is thus a Brain Damage Based Delusion.
I don't know who this Ellen White is. But whoever she is, she is not important to Creationism today.
I have nothing more to say on this particular "opinion," so I'll spend the remainder of my needed words talking about my cat. My cat is very awesome; awesome and fierce.