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In textbooks, lectures, and in the mass media, radiometric dates are presented as though they are firmly established scientific procedures not subject to question or debate. Behind the scenes, however, we find quite a different story. As just one example, Skull 1470 has been K/Ar-dated to death, and the effort has been abandoned to use K/Ar to establish its age.
Creationism, potassium, argon, dating, systems
Volume 2:I, Pages 79-84
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von Fange, Erich A.
"Are There Two Potassium/Argon (K/Ar) Dating Systems?,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 2
, Article 17.
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