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A Summary of the Million Dollar RATE Research Project (Radioisotopes and the Age of The Earth) Introduction: Rocks and fossils do not come with dates on them.
In fact, the very concept of strata representing long ages does not come from the rock strata themselves.
Then they ALWAYS come back dated at 100,000s to millions of years old. NEVER do they come back from the lab, with the note: Too young to measure. If you know the date of the source of the rock, they say you don’t have to accept this dating technique’s numbers… But recently, the RATE research team has conclusively demonstrated (with independent lines of evidence) that radioactive decay rates, widely used to bolster deep time, were dramatically accelerated in the past.
but if its an unknown sample, then they say: “Oh, you can trust the lab dates! You see, the radiometric dating technique’s do not work when you can check the dates, but you should trust them when you can’t check them. RATE found 3 indicators that strongly indicate decay rates changed in the past, all pointing to a young age for the rocks and the earth.
These dating methods rely on a series of assumptions about the amounts of the parent-daughter elements, and a constant rate of decay. It has been accepted that a rock is formed when it first cools down from a molten or semi-molten state, which may include a variety of elements, including radioactive ones. For the last 100 years we have been able to measure the decay rate, and during this time it has been very steady, very consistent.
Radioisotope dating, using the trace amounts of radioactive elements within the rock, was quickly accepted as proof the earth is millions and millions of years old. The Radioactive elements decay from heavier larger atomic elements (parent) into smaller atomic elements (daughter) that are more stable. The rate of decay and the amount of parent / daughter elements present today in a rock sample is used to calculate back to the estimated age of when the rock was first formed.
The resulting rock strata may harbor fossils from a particular habitat area or ecosystem, but do not represent a particular age or era.
Why else do we find marine fossils on the tops of all the major mountain ranges?
The radio-dating calculations are based on a series of Assumptions: 1) The decay rate has not changed.To assume the rock starts with only U and no Pb is a big assumption.(Isochron dating, which relies on multiple rock samples, is an attempt to correct this, but still has underlying assumptions based on 1 and 2 above.) Examples of Problems with Radiometric dating of rocks: Grand Canyon Lava flows: Sedimentary rocks make up the layers of the Grand Canyon and these are not dateable by radiometric dating.All the canyon layers are ocean bottom sediments, filled with fossils of ocean-dwelling creatures and plants almost a mile high from top to bottom.The Cardenas Basalt bottom layer (below the Cambrian explosion) is usually dated with Rhobidium -Strontium and calculated to be about 1 billion years old.
Actually the assignment of a certain number of millions of years to a rock formation does not derive from the strata itself.