Is radiometric dating accurate

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This is precisely what happens in Evolutionary Theory or Paleontology when a date changes.

It's only okay in non-origin related science for change to occur.

I aim to cover the many aspects of their claims and faults with the process of dating rocks and fossils, as well as to explain why radiometric dating makes the argument of "Evolution vs Creation (six days)" and open and shut case.

It additionally covers the nature of decay constants and half-lifes and indicates that to our current knowledge: decay rates do not change in meaningful ways in nature on our planet.

Radiometric Dating can be done in a variety of ways and usually involves decay types: beta decay, alpha decay and electron capture.

He completely disregards the very nature of geology: to understand anomalies.

Not to mention once anomalies are understood and accounted for, the margin or error shrinks.

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