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Radioactive dating problems

Radioactive dating problems

An answer to Reasonable Faith Adelaide about lead in zircon crystals, the Concordia technique, and worldview bias of secular scientists.
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17 Feb, 2024
Uniformitarian paleoaltimetry estimates questionable

Uniformitarian paleoaltimetry estimates questionable

Long-age assumptions often produce conflicts and uncertainty regarding paleoaltimetry, estimating the past height of the land.
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29 Dec, 2023
Radiocarbon in dinosaur bones

Radiocarbon in dinosaur bones

Researchers recently presented at a geophysics conference in Singapore radiocarbon dating results of dinosaur bones ranging from 22,000 to 39,000 years old, which have since been censored.
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16 Dec, 2023
Radio-dating in Rubble

Radio-dating in Rubble

When radioisotope dating is applied to rocks of known age, such as the Mt St Helens lava dome formed in the 1980s, it fails miserably.
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04 Nov, 2023
The universe isn’t old, it’s just tired!

The universe isn’t old, it’s just tired!

The Second Law of Thermodynamics states that the entropy (disorder) of the universe increases through time.
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24 Oct, 2023
Sperm wail

Sperm wail

Exceptionally preserved sperm of cypridoidean ostracods at the fossil beds at Riversleigh, Queensland, Australia, defies age estimates of 17 million years.
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26 Apr, 2023
Radiometric dating breakthroughs

Radiometric dating breakthroughs

Radiometric dating breakthroughs
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26 Oct, 2022
Cephalopods' 'earliest' ancestor - no signs of evolution

Cephalopods' 'earliest' ancestor - no signs of evolution

Well-preserved fossil of soft bodied earliest cephalopod ancestor looks just like modern squid, evidence for the Flood.
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18 Oct, 2022
'Dinosaur age' bacteria revived

'Dinosaur age' bacteria revived

Dinosaur-age bacteria from the ‘lifeless’ deep ocean floor have been revived
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18 Jul, 2022
More questions on the dating of Mount St Helens lava dome

More questions on the dating of Mount St Helens lava dome

Answering questions about the radioactive dating of the Mount St Helens lava dome that exposes the problems with dating methods
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15 Jan, 2022
Response to Dr Luke Barnes, Why I’m no longer a young-earth creationist.

Response to Dr Luke Barnes, Why I’m no longer a young-earth creationist.

Reply to Premier Christianity article by ex-young-earth creationist and physicist Luke Barnes
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02 Nov, 2021
The way it really is: little-known facts about radiometric dating

The way it really is: little-known facts about radiometric dating

Long-age geologists will not accept a radiometric date unless it matches their pre-existing expectations.
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23 Jun, 2021
Soft tissue in an ichthyosaur fossil

Soft tissue in an ichthyosaur fossil

Soft tissue preservation in a ‘Jurassic’ ichthyosaur is more evidence that fossils fit the biblical timeframe.
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20 Jan, 2021
The polymer shield explanation for soft tissue fossils

The polymer shield explanation for soft tissue fossils

The polymer shield preservation model for soft tissue in fossils has several shortcomings and doesnt explain all the data.
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27 Nov, 2020
Questioning carbon 14 dating of Durrington Circle artefacts

Questioning carbon 14 dating of Durrington Circle artefacts

Carbon 14 procedural blanks are not carbon-14 ‘dead’ therefore entire method is suspect.
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26 Sep, 2020
Does Carbon Dating Prove Millions of Years? Creation.com Talk

Does Carbon Dating Prove Millions of Years? Creation.com Talk

Does Carbon Dating prove millions of years? And why is carbon dating problematic for the idea of millions of years? Joel Tay and Scott Gillis discuss how all fossil and rock dating methods hinge on flawed scientific interpretations of data that point to a young age (thousands of years, not millions) of geological finds.
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15 Sep, 2020

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