Radiometric dating not reliable

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This is an enormous branch of geochemistry called Geochronology. It is an accurate way to date specific geologic events.You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.The actual raw data, unfortunately, cuts an enormously wide path for personalities given over to subjectivism to play around with.Lewin notes on page 23 that there are “a limited number of fossil sites to work, and a still pitifully small inventory of fossils to analyze,” and on page 194 (regarding the famous skull 1470) and directly pertinent to radiometric dating: “At a conference in Nairobi held in September 1973 they presented 41 SEPARATE AGE DETERMINATIONS on the KBS Tuff [where the skull was found], WHICH VARIED BETWEEN 223 MILLION AND 0.91 MILLION” years of age using radiometric dating !!! supp.) the other forty results, the general public being none the wiser. Unfortunately, Lewin does NOT inform his readers that such variations of radiometric dating results are the RULE across ALL of the scientific disciplines which use radiometric dating.Curiously enough, only ONE dating method is known by the general public and only ONE dating method is routinely used by the faithful devotees of evolution, that of radiometric dating from radioactive decay, that is, the measurement of “daughter elements” present in igneous rock as compared to the “parent” radioactive element.For example, uranium decays ultimately into lead, radioactive potassium decays into argon, and radioactive rubidium decays into strontium.

Now I regard my pro-creation activities as part of the work of the kingdom of God. Bones of Contention, David Plaisted, Donald Johanson, evolution, fraud, Johanson, KBS Tuff, Leakey, Lewin, paleoanthropology, radiometric dating, Richard Leakey, Roger Lewin, Shattering the Myths of Darwinism, skull 1470, Stansfield, William Stansfield As a scientist, it is hard for me to fathom anyone who has scientific training and does not believe in God. from the University of Rochester in nuclear chemistry and a B.

The trade secret of modern “science” is that radiometric dating is “The real status of Australopithecus [a central focus of the controversy between Richard Leakey and Donald Johanson] as AN EXTINCT APE was ESTABLISHED as long ago as 1954 by…Solly Zuckerman and his colleagues…” (emph.

supp.) The Leakeys and Johanson and their disciples plodded on for DECADES afterwards promoting a complete mythology as plausible science, all in the pursuit of egocentric vainglory.

This kind of smorgasbord approach to dating of rocks and fossils is unfortunately routine. The scientists pick the dates they like and DISCARD (upon what criterion?

) the rest of the dates that don’t conform to their pet theories, in this case 40(!!!

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