Topics: If Carbon Dating really worked, they could find out the age of this created planet by God right.?

Many people think that radiometric dating has proved the Earth is millions of years old. That’s understandable, given the image that surrounds the method. Even the way dates are reported (e.g. 200.4 ± 3.2 million years) gives the impression that the method is precise and reliable (box below).

However, although we can measure many things about a rock, we cannot directly measure its age. For example, we can measure its mass, its volume, its colour, the minerals in it, their size and the way they are arranged. We can crush the rock and measure its chemical composition and the radioactive elements it contains. But we do not have an instrument that directly measures age.

Before we can calculate the age of a rock from its measured chemical composition, we must assume what radioactive elements were in the rock when it formed. 1 And then, depending on the assumptions we make, we can obtain any date we like.

You obviously no zero about radiometric dating if you think C14 can date rocks ( i.e fossils ). You like calling people liars don"t you when in reality you"re the one full o shit

Radiometric dating is based on about 8 unverifiable assumptions

No, carbon dating is only good for about 50, 000 years back. Mostly other radiometric methods are used.