Mike2048 Wrote:
Feb 05, 2014 2:26 PM
Don't confuse them with facts. They LOOOOVVVE to rail against "carbon dating", when it is Potassium Argon dating used for ages >40,000 years. Oh, and don't forget electron spin resonance dating. That is USUALLY more accurate that radiometric dating on the whole. So we can use potassium/argon dating, electron spin resonance, the strata layer, and a few other techniques to obtain a data +/- standard error. Thus, we have MULTIPLE methods of verifying the age. Shhhhh, keep that quiet though. I love to see the creationists look like idiots when arguing "historical science' may have been different a few thousand years ago...