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Creation radiometric dating

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This apparent consistency in textbooks and the media has convinced many Christians to accept an old earth (4.6 billion years old).

Radioisotope dating (also referred to as radiometric dating) is the process of estimating the age of rocks from the decay of their radioactive elements.

The straightforward reading of Scripture reveals that the days of creation () were literal days and that the earth is just thousands of years old and not billions.

There appears to be a fundamental conflict between the Bible and the reported ages given by radioisotope dating.

It furnishes some good evidences that creationists often use.

" This article addresses that question, which represents the thinking of a large number of people today.

The three main assumptions that affect the results of radiometric dating are: 1) the rate of decay has always been constant, 2) there has been no contamination (no movement of elements into or out of the object over time), and 3) we can determine how much daughter element there was to begin with.[ii] There are many test results that make the reliability of these dating techniques very questionable.[iii] Naturalists try to explain these questionable results, but still can’t adequately explain them from their worldview.[iv] Evidence from “as far back as 1971” may show “that high pressure could increase decay rates very slightly for at least 14 isotopes.”[v] Naturalists even admit that radiocarbon dating does not work on living mussels because of the lack of new carbon in that environment.

So what other situations and conditions create unreliable results that we must also throw out the dating because of?

One is the Carbon-14 system used for dating fragments of once-living organisms.

It's never used for non-organic samples, and almost never even attempted if the sample is thought to be much older than about 50,000 years.