However, when they turn around and say that the data supports the evolutionary viewpoint and not the Creationary viewpoint. The rate of decay half-lifeand the branching ratio, of K have not changed.The material in question lost all its argon at an identifiable time, the reset time.
Why is it that one type of date is used one time and not at another time, is not discussed in the paper.
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If in fact such an answer were found, it would be quickly dismissed.
It would be assumed that there was something wrong with the idea or the data, and a new scenario would be sought.Some papers give evidence of presenting filtered data.