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Author Topic:   Validity of Radiometric Dating
Pollux
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Message 199 of 200 (850873)
04-15-2019 9:51 PM


seamount and volcano chains
The correlation of dates of volcanoes in seamount chains and land based volcanoes with distance travelled from a hot spot is good evidence for the validity of RM dating. The H-E chain is a great example.

YEC can say only the "right"dates get published.

Does anyone here have references for relevant dates from the 60s and early 70s before plate tectonics was accepted? A date which was found after publication to be consistent with distance travelled would be quite telling.


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