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Andrew Kulikovsky spoke on one occasion and John Hartnett spoke on 2 occasions. About half those who are on the committee are YECs and the others doubt the YEC position to various degrees.

Jim raised some interesting points but I don’t believe that he addressed the central points that Justin raised.

The geological time scale and an age for the Earth of 4.5 b.y.

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Radiometric dating remains a reliable scientific method.

For articles on the RATE project, see the Rate Index.

It’s available on the web via the American Scientific Affiliation, a fellowship of Christians in science.

To those who have not encountered the topic before the paper can seem very convincing.

Since 1955 the estimate for the age of the Earth has been based on the assumption that certain meteorite lead isotope ratios are equivalent to the primordial lead isotope ratios on Earth.

Furthermore, from the detailed chronologies given, we know that creation happened about 4,000 years before Christ.

That was the orthodox view of the Christian church for 1,800 years.

At their request, physicist Dr Jim Mason, of CMI Canada, reviewed the material from the meeting and his response was published on 2 April 2015 (see Response to Geochronology: Understanding the Uncertainties, a presentation by Dr Justin Payne).

We previously reported an event organized by the Adelaide, Australia, Chapter of Reasonable Faith where Dr Justin Payne, a lecturer within the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Adelaide, sought to ‘disprove’ objections to long-age radiometric dating.