The following material has been taken from a sheet entitled Several Faulty Assumptions Are Used in all Radiometric Dating Methods. Carbon 14 is used for this example:, which was put out by Dr. Hovind.
- The Atmospheric C-14 is Only 1/3 of the Way to Equilibrium
- Radiometric Decay Rates are Not Constant
- The Initial C-14 Content Cannot Be Known
- It is Difficult or Impossible to Rule Out Contamination
- There is Too Little C-14 to be Accurately Measured
- The Decay Curve is Based on Too Few Points