Correlating radioisotope dating methods
His Ph D thesis was on isotope ratios in meteorites, including surface exposure dating.
Other methods such as Potassium-argon dating and Isochron dating are based on faulty assumptions and so unreliable as to be useless.Uniformitarian geologists consider this form of dating strong evidence that the Earth is billions of years old.But new research by creationists has revealed a large number of problems with radiometric dating.Many atoms (or elements) exist as numerous varieties called isotopes, some of which are radioactive, meaning they decay over time by losing particles.Radiometric dating is based on the decay rate of these isotopes into stable nonradioactive isotopes.The geological time scale and an age for the Earth of 4.5 b.y.
For decades creation scientists have shown that the answer to this question is a clear NO!
The basic theory of radiometric dating is briefly reviewed.
Since 1955 the estimate for the age of the Earth has been based on the assumption that certain meteorite lead isotope ratios are equivalent to the primordial lead isotope ratios on Earth.
However, as we look forward to a better alternative, it would behoove us to look back and restate the powerful tried and true arguments relating to the erroneous assumptions and contradictory results.
Assumption One: The radioisotope decay rates have been constant throughout the past.
We know that some elements decay over time into another element, i.e., uranium (parent) changes into lead (daughter).