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This cannot be done by merely citing the numerous ways in which one can get a bad date; nor is it achieved by concentrating on atypical cases.
Such information is certainly interesting, a healthy reminder of what can go wrong, but it is no threat to the radiometric dating methods which, after all, measure their successes on a statistical basis.
How different it would be if the mechanic pulled out a statistical study done by a consumer magazine to show that the particular make and year for the lady's car was unreliable, due to certain parts, after so many miles.
That kind of balanced statistical study is the very thing Woodmorappe's paper lacks. The idea of experimental dating is to see whether a given radiometric method can be applied to certain materials or under certain conditions.
Thus, the big, statistical picture painted by radiometric dating is excellent.
(Matson, 1993, p.1) Either we have a worldwide conspiracy among geologists, which no sane person believes, or else the numerous radiometric dates were consistent enough to allow that kind of close agreement. Dalrymple, an expert in radiometric dating with lots of hands-on experience, puts the percentage of bad dates at only 5-10 percent.
Thus, we clear away the first illusion spun by creationism, namely that most of the dates are bad, that the radiometric picture is totally chaotic.
We will now look at several arguments, which may or may not be supported by Dr. I will also present a couple of arguments indicating that the earth is much older than a few thousand years.
Former creationist Glenn Morton examines several famous young-earth creationist arguments and provides data to illustrate their flaws.