Potassium argon dating and carbon 14 dating


One of the most widely used and well-known absolute dating techniques is carbon-14 (or radiocarbon) dating, which is used to date organic remains.

Carbon-14 moves up the food chain as animals eat plants and as predators eat other animals. It takes 5,730 years for half the carbon-14 to change to nitrogen; this is the half-life of carbon-14.

They believe that with enough time and chance - just maybe some unscientific reactions may beat the odds and "improve all by themselves." God can then be ignored and evolutionists can claim to be logical and forward thinking in their ignorance of what's most important in this life.

But if the long eons just weren't there in the first place then evolution falls like a house of cards.

The Earth isn't millions of years old - that's part of the religion of evolution, one that stands against science more often than it stands with science. Pop II objects include novae, RR Lyrae stars, and red giants, as well as GC’s ... Captain Robert Fitzroy was master of the Beagle ... a drawing showing human evolution from a primitive stooping ape-like creature to a modern human, usually pictured in four to six steps. Professor Antony Flew, one of the most renowned atheists of the past half century ... all organisms have tremendous, built-in methods of producing variety to deal with environmental pressures ... intelligent life was a very rare phenomenon in this universe ...

Other Earth dating methods, ones that show a much younger Earth include: magnetic field decay, the rate of salinity increase in the oceans, helium accumulated in the atmosphere, major rivers erosion and deposition, and many others. “metalicity” of less than 1% (metalicity is the abundance of elements more massive than helium) ... virtually all living organisms proteins are built up from only laevo amino acids ... fossil sea-shells, limestone, sandstone, and a conglomerate in which were pebbles ... The parade was first illustrated in a best selling Time-Life nature library series book titled Early Man by University of California, Berkeley, Professor F. traced human evolution from Pliopithecus to Ramapithecus to Homo erectus, all the way to Cro-Magnon and, last, modern man ... recent scientific discoveries have proved the influence of a guiding intelligence ... graduate research at Oxford, and Sir Peter Medawar was awarded the Nobel Prize for his scientific work in 1960 ... remarkable similarity between embryos of human beings, birds, and reptiles, on the one hand, and on the other the embryos of their reputed ancestors, such as fish ... Dawkins reassured the enquirer that since evolution is fact, then bigotry is not possible. Falsifiability is an aspect of scientific enquiry raised by Karl Popper ... teacher asks his students to examine the fossil record and draw their own conclusions. oppose the Statement on Evolution passed by the Professional Concerns Committee of the Faculty Senate at Northern Kentucky University. David Raup, one of the world’s most respected paleontologists ...

But separate from that - there are other (non-radiometric) dating methods based upon Earth processes. uranium decays, depositing both lead and helium ...

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