Radiometric dating geochronology
A systematic and critical review of dating applications is presented; emphasis being placed on the geologic column. It is, however, demonstrated that most discrepant results are not published.
Discrepant dates capriciously relate to petrography and regional geology.
In dating any object, geologists: When dating an object, a geologist measures some physical property of the object, which is believed to provide evidence regarding its age.
All dating methods rely upon assumptions about the past.
He plots Woodmorappe's collection of anomalous radiometric results and notices something remarkable. All of the papers were written by Woodmorappe and each address various topics relating to the young-earth creationist belief in a geologically-recent global deluge (Noah's Flood). A little research disclosed that "John Woodmorappe" is a nom de plume and a bit more research disclosed his true identity (confirmed by two separate sources). In the papers he's published under his real name, he affiliates himself with the geology department at that university, yet the 1996 American Geological Institute does not list him as a faculty member so I haven't been able to find any evidence that he currently teaches science or is a research fellow at any university.Thus, geochronology expresses the timing or age of events (depositional, diagenetic, biotic, climatic, tectonic, magmatic) in Earth’s history (e.g., Hirnantian glaciation, Famennian-Frasnian mass extinction).