Radiometric dating evidence evolution
In some cases, they turn up still alive today, but these can go unreported.
Evolutionists assume that the creature evolved somehow, lived for a certain time period, and then died out.
However, as you will soon learn, these techniques stray far from absolute dates, though they may reveal relative ages of some rocks.
Today’s evolutionists base their age of the Earth on their interpretation of radioactive elements.
Textbooks are correct when they state that relative dating provides no information whatsoever about a fossil’s absolute age.
The assumptions are untestable because we cannot go back millions of years to verify the findings done today in a laboratory, and we cannot go back in time to test the original conditions in which the rocks were formed.
They assign 4.5 billion years to earth based on the belief that earth itself evolved, so to speak, from a molten mass.
But they cannot directly date the earth using selected isotopes because they believe all rocks have cycled over imagined eons, leaving no original rocks to test. Researchers age-dated a meteorite to sometime around the age they would accept.
Most texts teach that it takes a long time for these sediments to build up, with older layers buried beneath younger layers.
Fossils found in lower layers are deemed to be older than those in the upper layers, older on the bottom younger on the top.