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Assuming radioactive is required, and decay is required, the following results were found.

  • radioactive decay
  • New Doubts About Half-Life Dating

    The most widely used tool to measure the age of the Earth is radioactive decay. The great scientist Ernest Rutherford was the first to define the concept of 'half-life,' that is, the time it takes for one half of the atoms in a given quantity of a...
  • Throw Some More Dirt on Radioactive Isotope Dating

    by secular researchers has confirmed what creation scientists discovered decades ago-geologists' assumptions about radioactive decay are not always correct. For a century, the radioactive decay of unstable elements into more stable ones has been used as...
  • Making Sense of the Days of Peleg

    huge stones somehow transported far from their origin. Setterfield’s orientation toward finding solutions in radioactive decay extends to his understanding of the “fountains of the great deep.” He writes, After creation week, the interior of the earth...
  • Subjectivity in Radiometric Dating

    of evolution to have plausibility. As explained by physicist Walt Pasedag, radiometric dating uses the principle of radioactive decay, a physical process which can be measured with great precision. Radioactive decay is described by a simple mathematical...
  • Guilty as Charged

    provides evidence of an Earth much younger than billions, or even millions of years. In less than one million years, radioactive decay will deplete every atom of carbon-14 from any fossil. Yet, a study by a group of creation scientists (presented at the...
  • Revising Radiocarbon Dating

    dating methods have several flaws, and produced evidence to show there was billion-fold acceleraion associated with radioactive decay in the past, most likely occuring at the time of the Flood. ABR hosted a RATE Conference (Radioisotopes and the Age of...
  • Dating the Permian-Triassic Extinction

    business of geochronology. P-T daters must draw their conclusions from vanishingly small isotopic remains of radioactive decay. For years, different laboratories using uranium-lead radiometric dating-the gold standard of geochronology-have been getting...
  • Radioisotope Dating Is Unreliable

    Radioactive isotopes are commonly portrayed as providing rock-solid evidence that the earth is billions of years old. Radioactive isotopes are commonly portrayed as providing rock-solid evidence that the earth is billions of years old. Since such...
  • More Fluctuations Found in Isotopic Clocks

    Age-dating a rock using its radioactive isotopes only works by assuming that the rate at which that 'clock' ticks was constant in the past and essentially identical to that in the present. Not long ago, scientists discovered excess helium in crystals...

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