Absolute dating geology
The textbooks speak of the radiometric dating techniques, and the dates themselves, as factual information.
Far from being data, these dates are actually interpretations of the data.
Radiocarbon dating provides additional clues necessary for absolute dating.
Relative dating is an older method of placing events on the calendar of time.
These must be accepted on faith in uniformitarian and naturalistic frameworks.
Recent research by a team of creation scientists known as the RATE (arth) group has demonstrated the unreliability of radiometric dating techniques.
Islamic Scholar Ibn Sina (Avicenna, 981–1037) proposed detailed explanations for the formation of mountains, the origin of earthquakes, and other topics central to modern Geology, which provided an essential foundation for the later development of the science.
Absolute dating is a method of determining the specific date of a paleontological or archaeological artifact or location based on a specific time scale or calendar.
Geology gives insight into the history of the Earth, as it provides the primary evidence for plate tectonics, the evolutionary history of life, and past climates.
Even the use of isochron dating, which is supposed to eliminate some initial condition assumptions, produces dates that are not reliable.
Perhaps the most widely used evidence for the Theory of Evolution through Natural Selection is the fossil record.
Artifacts from the earliest dates are in the lower levels or strata of Earth.
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