Upon being presented with claims that radiometric dating is totally erroneous, a question naturally arises: If radiometric geochronology is half as bad as Woodmorappe's list suggests, then how in the world did geologists ever arrive at a tight consensus for the official dates?
Look at the various radiometric tables in use over the last 20 years or so and you will find, at least for the fossil-bearing strata, a remarkably tight agreement. Did the geochronologists throw darts to determine the accepted dates?
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He plots Woodmorappe's collection of anomalous radiometric results and notices something remarkable.
Eat one of those and your tummy will curl right up!
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For example the human body is composed of 17 elements, including Carbon. The normal isotope C-12 has 6 neutrons, 6 protons, and 6 electrons.
There are three main varieties of Carbon atoms, technically called "isotopes". Of the three isotopes of Carbon: So there is not much C-14 about!
Seriously speaking, a favorite attack on radiometric dating involves dangling "horror stories" about gross errors before the reader, thus giving the impression that radiometric dating is totally unreliable.
Woodmorappe (1979), with his collection of some 350 bad radiometric dates, must surely be the master of that technique.
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