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They are also seen as inhabiting a mature world that is finished and waiting for them.From a creationist viewpoint, it would be very misleading to try to estimate the age of the world by examining the developmental level of Adam and such other primary features of the creation as size of trees, amount of foliage, and so on.A very common claim of young earth creationists in trying to reject the evidence for an old earth is to loudly proclaim that radiometric dating methods “makes assumptions” and that these “assumptions” are somehow fatally flawed or not supported by evidence.These claims generally land in three different categories: (1) radiometric dating assumes that initial conditions (concentrations of mother and daughter nuclei) are known, (2) radiometric dating assumes that rocks are closed systems and (3) radiometric dating assumes that decay rates are constant.The most obvious characteristic of the values listed in the table is their extreme variability — all the way from 100 years to 500,000,000 years.This variability, of course, simply reflects the errors in the fundamental uniformitarian assumptions.Let us critically examine each of these claims and see if they hold up against the science.

Concerning this tabulation, Morris and Parker (97) make the following statement: There are, as a matter of fact, scores of worldwide processes which give ages far too young to suit the standard Evolution Model.An atom with the same number of protons in the nucleus but a different number of neutrons is called an isotope.For example, uranium-238 is an isotope of uranium-235, because it has 3 more neutrons in the nucleus.The creationist, on the other hand, contends that these observed processes cannot account for the creation of the cosmos but are merely characteristic of its post-creation operation.This difference leads to a major break between the two camps as to what constitutes the most valid clocks for estimating the age of the universe.n spite of conclusive evidence of the Earth’s antiquity, the proponents of “scientific” creationism stubbornly maintain that the Earth is only about 10,000 years old (Table 9). They have no consistent set of data that leads to any definite age for the Earth.