Well that’s really not how science works, something isn’t deemed valid or invalid by how many people ascribe to it.
Einstein did in fact accept the idea, that is why he was originally going to use it in his work, he chose not to use it not because it was not a valid idea, but rather he preferred a velocity based system.
Whether or not Einstein would have committed the fallacy of appealing to ridicule when faced with young earth creation scientific ideas is irrelevant.
Seven feet tall giants- how do you figure?
Goliath was described to be six cubits and a span tall; depending on how big people were at the time that puts him somewhere between 7 and 9 feet tall which is not unreasonable at all.
Dragons meant dinosaurs... It probably did but only because people had unearthed dinosaur fossils and had no scientific explanations. Too bad Noah didn't like velociraptors.
I think you overestimate the paleontological skills of people in those times, I think it’s more likely they actually saw such creatures and that is how they knew they were reptilian. I am not sure what you mean when you say Noah didn’t like velociraptors.
Scripture is infallible? Really?
"I do not permit a woman to teach or to have authority over a man, she must be silent."
"Slaves, submit yourselves to your masters with all respect, not only to the good and gentle but also to the cruel."
“Do not allow a sorceress to live.”
And so on and so on.
I am not sure what any of these have to do with the infallibility of scripture, care to elaborate?