The method's unreliability is shown when rocks of known age are dated.
Assumption Two: No parent or daughter material has been added to or taken from the specimen.
Many "pseudo-isochrons" have now been published which yield bizarre, useless dates. While the method obviously doesn't work well, a better understanding of the method is still needed.
This assumption actually denies the possibility of creation, for God may have created an array of radioisotopes which, if analyzed with false assumptions, could be misinterpreted as age.
Since these decay rates are now very stable, this has seemed to be a reasonable assumption.
However, there are several clues that past rates have changed, or that some other process dominated.
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Yet nearby a full uranium halo might be found which would take a long period of time to form.
These two 'mutually-exclusive' facts convince one that something has been overlooked.
For example, the existence of short half-life polonium halos in rock have been used by many to argue for rapid formation (i.e., creation) of host rocks.