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Niles Eldredge, Curator, Division of Paleontology, American Museum of Natural History, New York City, since 1969, has written that the fossils cannot be used to date the rocks that they are found in.
One reason for this is that we now know that all animal and plant kinds are found all the way back to the beginning of Cambrian layers.
There is no way simply to look at a fossil and say how old it is unless you know the age of the rocks it comes from.
And this poses something of a problem: if we date the rocks by their fossils, how can we then turn around and talk about patterns of evolutionary change through time in the fossil record?
Nowhere does such a column of layers exist except in the textbook. If no such column exists, and no modern technology works to yield reliable ages for the sedimentary rock layers found in the ground, how do evolutionists determine the supposed ages that they so delightfully publish for consumption by a gullible public? The fossils that are used to determine the age of the rock layers are called Index or Key fossils.
The early modern day evolutionists probably started with Charles De Secondat Montesquieu (1689-1755).Their currently accepted number is now 4.6 billion years old. In about 1830, Charles Lyell, Paul Deshayes, and Heinrich George Bronn independently developed a biostratigraphic technique [Geologic Time Column or Geologic Time Scale] for dating Cenozoic deposits based on relative proportions of living and extinct species of fossil mollusks.