Radiometric dating earth science
There are at least 67 different uniformitarian (the present is the key to the past) methods of dating the earth other than long-age radiometric dating: each of which yield ages of less than 500 million years.
Yet all these other science-based methods that point to a much younger age than 4.5 billion years for earth's age are ignored or rejected by evolution-believing people with degrees from college who apparently think that nobody (of importance) made them. Yet when asked why they reject all but the oldest science-based dating methods, the answer often given is that (they think) long-age radiometric dating is more reliable and that science settled the matter of the earth's age many years ago.
When dating plants the water making one plant grow may have matter from a younger plant causing the age to be much younger.
On the other hand while going through organisms that are buried the soil could possibly contain coal causing an extreme older age.
With that being said only organisms the are younger than 50,000-60,000 years old.
Many geologists claim that radiometric “clocks” show rocks to be millions of years old.
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Between 19 ESR was mainly used to define the nature of paramagnetic defects in crystalline and amorphous materials, which laid the foundation for its use in applied areas in Quaternary geology, archaeometry and accident dosimetry.
This review chronicles the development of the use of ESR in applied science since 1975, with particular emphasis on the state of the art in the period 1987–1997.