Is radiometric dating accurate
[new paragraph] Others had tried—and for some, the search went on for a while in the early RATE days—to find the answer in geological processes.
But Drs Humphreys and Baumgardner realized that there were too many independent lines of evidence (the variety of elements used in "standard" radioisotope dating, mature uranium radiohalos, fission track dating and more) that indicated that huge amounts of radioactive decay had actually taken place.
*Additions on corroboration Thanks u/The Black Cat13 , u/Deadlyd1001 and u/Corporal Anon !
This is a firm law in physics: The Radioactive Decay Law.He has three fallacies which he uses to "combat" Radiometric dating methods. A) CDMBN or "Credit Dating methods for frequent success, but Blame Nature for failures"Woodmorappe seems to have this idea that geology is constant and without anomaly.