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Without it, the whole thing collapses) (1) None of the other dating methods (the twelve methods discussed in this present chapter) are reliable, but instead are in continual conflict with one another and with fossil/strata dating conclusions. In chapter 17 (Fossils and Strata) we shall discuss in detail the problems associated with fossil and strata dating, but let us right now put to rest a frequently-stated misconception: that radiodating methods have successfully dated and positively established as reliable the dating system conjectures in the so-called "geologic column" of rock strata. ONLY THREE USABLE TEST RESULTS in reality, it is impossible to date sedimentary rock strata and the fossils within it by radioactive mineral dating.

(2) The 19th century dating theory was applied to the fossils and strata, so the evolutionists are required to bring all other long-ages dates into alignment with those theoretical dates. In fact, radiodating is so conflicting in its results, that, out of hundreds of thousands of tests, ONLY THREE test results have agreed sufficiently with evolutionary theory to be used as "norms." Each of these, of course, could only apply to a single stratum:"An urgent task for geology is to determine, in years, the length of the eras, periods, and 'ages' and, eventually of the zones.

In the chapter on Fossils, we will discover that dating rocks by their fossils is based on circular reasoning: [1] Each strata is a certain age because of certain key fossils in it; [2] the fossils in the strata are a certain age because evolutionary theory says they should be that certain age, and also because they are in rock strata which is that same age.

At present, no coherent picture of the history of the earth could be built on the basis of radioactive datings." Of the 1400 radioisotopes known to exist, only 75 have half lives longer than 700 years.

For years, scientists have carefully worked with these slow-decay radioactive substances in an attempt to obtain accurate dates ranging back into the millions of years. In 1978, John Woodmorappe did a great service to scientific advance by preparing a detailed 11-page set of chart of radiodatings.

But then as the 20th century began, radioactive mineral dating began to be discovered.

Repeatedly, scientists have tried to correlate radioactive dating with the dates they APPLIED to fossils and strata a century before radiodating was known. Out of literally thousands of tests, they have been able to correlate only three of them (the Colorado, Bohemian, and Swedish dates given in the Knopf quotation above).

In the chapter on Fossils, we will discover that dating rocks by their fossils is based on circular reasoning: [1] Each strata is a certain age because of certain key fossils in it; [2] the fossils in the strata are a certain age because evolutionary theory says they should be that certain age, and also because they are in rock strata which is that same age.

At present, no coherent picture of the history of the earth could be built on the basis of radioactive datings." Of the 1400 radioisotopes known to exist, only 75 have half lives longer than 700 years.

For years, scientists have carefully worked with these slow-decay radioactive substances in an attempt to obtain accurate dates ranging back into the millions of years. In 1978, John Woodmorappe did a great service to scientific advance by preparing a detailed 11-page set of chart of radiodatings.

But then as the 20th century began, radioactive mineral dating began to be discovered.

Repeatedly, scientists have tried to correlate radioactive dating with the dates they APPLIED to fossils and strata a century before radiodating was known. Out of literally thousands of tests, they have been able to correlate only three of them (the Colorado, Bohemian, and Swedish dates given in the Knopf quotation above).

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