There are many different kinds of radiometric dating and not all conclusions we will reach can be extrapolated to all methods used.Also, different radiometric dating techniques independently converges with each other and with other dating techniques such as dendrochronology, layers in sediment, growth rings on corals, rhythmic layering of ice in glaciers, magnetostratigraphy, fission tracks and many other methods. There exists different versions, or isotopes of many elements.Not all carbon is organic in origin and not all carbon in archaeological samples is derived from the original organic carbon.For example, although carbonates may be present in the mineralised bones of which fossils are made, this does not mean it came from the original bone.Let us critically examine each of these claims and see if they hold up against the science.While doing so, we will have to learn about how radiometric dating works.
This section is intended to cast doubt on the reliability of the scans being used.
Here once again, we see the remains of mammoths being paraded as evidence for evolution, when quite the opposite is true.
I’m somewhat skeptical that describing a CT scan as high-tech is part of some brainwashing campaign.
This serves as strong evidence for the reliability of radiometric dating methods. These isotopes differ in the number of neutrons they have in their nuclei.
Those isotopes that are not stable decay into daughter nuclei.
The dating technique is based on three facts: C in the general background is very small to begin with, being only about one atom in one trillion.