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It looks like this: Most of the other measurements for the age of the Earth rest upon calculating an age for the solar system by dating objects which are expected to have formed with the planets but are not geologically active (and therefore cannot erase evidence of their formation), such as meteorites.Below is a table of radiometric ages derived from groups of meteorites: As shown in the table, there is excellent agreement on about 4.5 billion years, between several meteorites and by several different dating methods. It is necessary to conform to the ethics of the society in which we live, lest we offend the 'moral police'.

A girl I knew who set us up dated sum1 around 16 and It didnt go well either. Note that young-Earthers cannot accuse us of selective use of data -- the above table includes a significant fraction of all meteorites on which isotope dating has been attempted. 286) , less than 100 meteorites have been subjected to isotope dating, and of those about 70 yield ages with low analytical error.Further, the oldest age determinations of individual meteorites generally give concordant ages by multiple radiometric means, or multiple tests across different samples.The actual underlying assumption is that, if those requirements have not been met, there is no reason for the data points to fall on a line.The resulting plot has data points for each of five meteorites that contain varying levels of uranium, a single data point for all meteorites that do not, and one (solid circle) data point for modern terrestrial sediments.

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