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More Fluctuations Found in Isotopic Clocks - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... a rock using its radioactive isotopes only works by assuming that the rate at which that "clock" ticks was constant in the past and essentially identical to that in the present. Not long ago, scientists discovered excess...
Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth - Article
Various Authors - ... is an acronym applied to a research project investigating radioisotope dating sponsored by the Institute for Creation Research and the Creation Research Society. It stands for Radioisotopes and the Age of The Earth. This article summarizes the...
Revisiting the Isochron Age Model, Part 2 - Article
Vernon R. Cupps, Ph.D. - ... with the isochron age model, which has been the standard radioisotope dating method.1 We will now dive even deeper into the isochron dating model. In part 1, we examined the linear equation in isotope ratios used as the basis for the...
The Iconic Isochron: Radioactive Dating, Part 2 - Article
Vernon R. Cupps, Ph.D. - ... evidences that evolutionists universally appeal to is radioactive dating because it appears to supply the deep time their evolutionary models demand. But how accurate is their model, and how scientific is their approach? In this article...
Heavy Metal Clocks, U-Pb and Th-Pb Dating Models: Radioactive Dating, Part 7 - Article
Vernon R. Cupps, Ph.D. - ... their beliefs with various scientific models such as the radioactive dating methods we have been examining in this series. This article will address the uranium-lead (U-Pb) and thorium-lead (Th-Pb) models. Along with stratigraphic...
Doesn't Radioisotope Dating Prove Rocks Are Millions of Years Old? - Article
Various Authors - ... measure the age of a rock. They choose rocks containing radioactive “parent” isotopes that emit particles and radiation to become a different “daughter” element and measure ratios of elements to their isotopes....
It's Official: Radioactive Isotope Dating Is Fallible - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... decades ago—geologists’ assumptions about radioactive decay are not always correct. For a century, the radioactive decay of unstable elements into more stable ones has been used as a natural clock to estimate the age of...
County Fair's Creation Booth Smeared by Media - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... of years old is incompatible with "techniques such as radioactive isotope dating." Supposedly, these techniques "repeatedly conclude that some geological features are hundreds of millions of years old."1 But what if overwhelming scientific...
U-Th-Pb "Dating": An Example of False "Isochrons" - Article
Andrew A. Snelling, Ph.D. - ... system is clearly the norm, as is the resultant mixing of radiogenic Pb with common or background Pb, even in soils in the surrounding region. Because no geologically meaningful results can be interpreted from the U-Th-Pb data at Koongarra...
Fluctuations Show Radioisotope Decay Is Unreliable - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... isotopes are commonly portrayed as providing rock-solid evidence that the earth is billions of years old. Since such isotopes are thought to decay at consistent rates over time, the assumption is that simple measurements can lead to...
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