Carbon dating is a common method used to determine the ages of fossils and other materials, but carbon14 deteriorates quite quickly. How can it still be detected in things that are supposedly millions or billions of years old? With the expertise of ICR geologist Dr. Tim Clarey, host Trey Bowling investigates different dating methods used by scientists to see if the data tells a different story than the one told in textbooks.
Can Radioisotope Dating Be Trusted? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 36
Renowned Chemist on Origin-of-Life: Put Up Or Shut Up
For some time now, renowned and award-winning Rice University chemist and outspoken Christian Dr. James Tour has been exposing the fact that origin-of-life...