1. Radiometric dating - Wikipedia

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    Radiometric dating or radioactive dating is a technique used to date materials such as rocks or carbon, in which trace radioactive impurities were selectively ...

  2. Unreliability of Radiometric Dating and Old Age of the …

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    How radiometric dating works in general : Radioactive elements decay gradually into other elements. The original element is called the parent, and the result of the ...

  3. How Good are those Young-Earth Arguments: …

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    How Good Are Those Young-Earth Arguments? A Close Look at Dr. Hovind's List of Young-Earth Arguments and Other Claims by Dave E. Matson

  4. Creation Versus Evolution - Clarifying Christianity

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    Creation Versus Evolution: We compare the theory of evolution with the Bible’s creation account in easy-to-understand terms, using evidence from the fields of ...

  5. "Polonium Haloes" Refuted - TalkOrigins Archive

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    Professional geologist Tom Bailleul argues that there is no good evidence for Gentry's claimed polonium halos.

  6. Age of the earth - creation.com

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    Earth is now generally accepted as 4.543 billion years old, but here are 101 evidences for a much younger age of the earth and the cosmos.

  7. Research and Services - John de Laeter Centre

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    The John de Laeter Centre provides quantitative data used to understand processes of Earth and planetary evolution, characterise the nature of resources and materials ...

  8. Attawapiskat First Nation - Wikipedia

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    The Attawapiskat First Nation (/æ twps k æ t / Cree:htawpiskatowi ininiwak, "People of the ...

  9. Chapter 4: The Geology of the Moon - exPlanets Ch04

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    Chapter 4: The Geology of the Moon Introduction. In many ways the Moon is a geologic Rosetta stone: an airless, waterless body untouched by erosion, containing clues ...