Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth: The Earth's Young After All

Seminar by Larry Vardiman, Ph.D.
Seattle Creation Conference, October 2009.

Radioisotope dating has become the standard method for estimating the age of the Earth. Yet, the millions and billions of years estimated by this method conflicts with the thousands of years that the Bible indicates to be the age of the Earth. An eight-year research project designed to explore the claims of radioisotope dating for an old earth and to offer a young-earth alternative will be completed by the Institute for Creation Research and the Creation Research Society in 2005. This talk summarizes the project and discusses its major findings.

About the Speaker:
Larry Vardiman is a creation scientist and educator with a Ph.D. in Atmospheric Science from Colorado State University. He served as the chairman of the Department of Astro-Geophysics at the Institute for Creation Research's Graduate School ( since 1989 and has authored many technical papers and books including overseeing the editing of the book, "Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth."

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