Four radioisotopes commonly used radiometric dating


30-Nov-2019 06:33

If certain things are known, it is possible to calculate the amount of time since the parent isotope began to decay.

For example, if you began with 1 gram of carbon-14, after 5,730 years you would be left with 0.50 g and only 0.25 g after 11,460 years.

Most scientists and many Christians believe that the radiometric dating methods prove that the earth is 4.5 billion years old.

The textbooks speak of the radiometric dating techniques, and the dates themselves, as factual information.

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Radiometric dating is based on the fact that radioactive isotopes decay to form isotopes of different elements.

Uniformitarian geologists use so-called dating methods to determine the ages of the surrounding rocks.

Certain types of rocks, especially those that form from magma (igneous), contain radioactive isotopes of different elements.

The method of calculating radiometric dates is like using an hourglass.

You can use the hourglass to tell time if you know several things: the amount of sand in the top of the hourglass when it started flowing, the rate that the sand flows through the hole in the middle, and that the quantity of sand in each chamber has not been tampered with.There is also a difference in the timescale used to explain the layers.



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