The following are the lab results from samples taken at Mount St.
Helens, which erupted 30 years ago: They throw out an age they get if it doesn't line up with their geologic column, or more simply put, they throw out a date they get if it doesn't line up with how old they already think it is!
I don't believe this article will ever convert anyone from religious faith in evolution, but I do expect it to help Christians stay sound in their faith towards our Lord Jesus Christ who cannot lie to us, and is the source of all knowledge and truth.
"Science" journals are not the source of authority and knowledge, and I urge Christians to remember your foundation and not lean to believe everything you hear just because it was said by a scribe.
These isotopes are stable, which is why they are with us today, but unstable isotopes are also present in minute amounts.
About one carbon atom in a trillion (10) contains a radioactive nucleus with 6 protons and 8 neutrons — carbon 14.
Remember earlier how I pointed out that they don't really date things by radiometric dating, and how they actually use the geologic column?
Humans were not supposed to be in existance until 3 million years ago, according to the geologic column, and this human skull created a major conflict.
Helens, which erupted in 1980, strange numbers come back.Then, in ANOTHER 1.3 billion years (3.9 total), the remaining 1/4 will decay, and so on.This process is used by evolutionists to claim dates to the earth going back 4.6 billion years. Bring decay rates into a court of law to be put under real scrutiny, and a good case could be made against them, but I don't think that's necessary to show the major problems evolutionists already have with what they are claiming, so in this instance, I won't be arguing what they claim as a current decay rate for K-Ar. Immer wenn ein Lebewesen stirbt, beginnt eine Stoppuhr zu laufen.Die Wissenschaft kann diese Uhr ablesen und so das Alter eines Fundes ermitteln. Source unknown — possibly das Museum für Vor‑ und Frühgeschichte (the Museum for pre‑ and early history) in Berlin.