Point 1: Adam & Eve lived during the last ice age...115,000 - 10,000 years ago.
Point 2: Adam & Eve lived sometime after the MIS-5 stage of the last ice age (warmer than the rest of the ice age, but colder than interglacials like we have today)...115,000 - 80,000 years ago.
Point 3: Adam & Eve lived sometime after the Toba Supervolcano eruption 73,000 years ago. As God put them on earth during idyllic conditions and not when there was still a looming supervolcano ready to erupt. Pretty much every major global catastrophe after Toba can be attributed to things humans have done.
Point 4: The oldest unequivocally modern human remains are from Manot Cave in Israel and are dated to 55,000 years old but with a 3,500 year error bar. Meaning the Manot Man could be as young as 52,500 years old.
Point 5: Manot Man is definitely a human because those remains can be closely associated with the earliest undisputed evidence for human activity like art, jewelry, compound tools, huts, clothing, spirituality, etc. All of which can be easily placed between 50,000 years ago and 35,000 years ago. Evidence for any of these activities prior to 50,000 years ago is weak at best. Evidence after 50,000 years ago is extremely abundant.
Point 6: Manot Man lived sometime after the Babel Event.
Point 7: The Genesis genealogies are telescoped like most ancient genealogies, and thus "skip" names and cannot be used to discern anything other than minimum chronologies.
Point 8: The Genealogy in Genesis 5 and the description of Noah in Genesis 6 does give us a minimum of ~1800 years between Adam and the Flood.
Point 9: Either Noah's sons, or at least his grandchildren, must still be alive at the time of the Babel event (based on Genesis 10). Given the long lifespans for humans at this time, we can get a maximum of ~1000 years between the Flood and Babel.
Thanks for reading and any further input and data you could give would be greatly appreciated!