What About Radioisotope Clocks? | The Institute for Creation Research

What About Radioisotope Clocks?

Secularists claim that radioisotope ages “objectively and scientifically” confirm millions of years. But ICR scientists have carefully examined their claims and found flaws and holes in their processes. What do radioisotope clocks actually reveal about the age of rocks and, ultimately, the earth?

 

Other episodes in this series:

Full-Bible Christian

Why Does Recent Creation Matter?

Dating Dinosaur Fossils

Do Billions of Years Fit with Genesis?

 

                  
 

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