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Radiohalos in Granites: Evidence for Accelerated Nuclear Decay - Article
Andrew A. Snelling, Ph.D. - ... II: Radioisotopes and the Age of The Earth: Results of a Young-Earth Creationist Research Initiative, (Volume II), L. Vardiman et al., eds. (San Diego, CA: Institute for Creation Research and the Creation Research Society,...
Revisiting the Isochron Age Model, Part 1 - Article
Vernon R. Cupps, Ph.D. - ... dating is based on the decay rate of a starting radioactive isotope (the parent) into its stable counterpart (the daughter). An age is assigned to an object by measuring the quantity of each isotope and calculating how long it would...
Radiohalos: A Tale of Three Granitic Plutons - Article
Various Authors - ... reserved. Abstract The origin and significance of radiohalos, particularly the 218Po, 214Po, and 210Po radiohalos, have been debated for almost a century, perhaps largely because their geological distribution has been poorly understood....
RATE in Review - Article
Larry Vardiman, Ph.D. - ... the two years since RATE (Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth) reported its findings in several books, articles, and documentaries, the response within the creationist community has been generally positive concerning the quality of the work...
Myths Dressed as Science - Article
Vernon R. Cupps, Ph.D. - ... as suspect. However, there is one key point concerning radioisotope dating they offer that can be straightforwardly addressed. The technique used to date Little Foot is called cosmogenic nuclide dating. Cosmogenic production of...
Radiohalos - Significant And Exciting Research Results - Article
Andrew A. Snelling, Ph.D. - ... years ago it was reported that polonium (Po) radiohalos were still "a very tiny mystery."1 Since then, extensive research into the geological occurrence and distribution of Po, uranium (U) and thorium (Th) radiohalos has been undertaken as part...
... and the Age of the Earth (RATE) Introduction Scientists associated with the Institute for Creation Research have finished an eight-year research project known as RATE, or Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth. For over...
Can Scientists Now Directly Date Fossils? - Article
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ... of dinosaur bone. They used a new laser technique to measure radioisotopes in the bone, yielding an age of millions of years. But this "age" was not only the result of a broken radioisotope system, it was contrived to agree with previously...
New ICR Research Summaries Available - Article
- ...   Follow-on research to RATE   (Radio-isotopes and the Age  of the Earth)   Dr. Andrew A. Snelling  COSMOS   Cosmological...
Investigating Polonium Radiohalo Occurrences - Article
John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... part of the RATE (Radioisotopes and the Age of The Earth) initiative instigated and coordinated by ICR, Dr. Andrew Snelling has undertaken a complete review of the significance of polonium and other variant radiohalos.1 He has concluded that...
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