The Permian level is claimed to have been formed 275 to 310 million years in the past.
Ore/Lenterios, Portugal ranging from 71 to 118 million years, vs.
Rose Dome Granite/Kansas, USA dated at 1,180 million years, plus or minus 60.
Do science books say anything about carbon14 dating or not
(2) The 19th century dating theory was applied to the fossils and strata, so the evolutionists are required to bring all other long-ages dates into alignment with those theoretical dates. In fact, radiodating is so conflicting in its results, that, out of hundreds of thousands of tests, ONLY THREE test results have agreed sufficiently with evolutionary theory to be used as "norms." Each of these, of course, could only apply to a single stratum:"An urgent task for geology is to determine, in years, the length of the eras, periods, and 'ages' and, eventually of the zones.
Not a single one of themeras, periods, and ages, let alone zones--has yet been reliably determined.
Tuffs/Andscollo, Argentina dated at 85 million years, vs.
granite/Saxony, East Germany dated at 2,500 million years.
"*Arthur Holmes, in The Age of the Earth (1931), p.
431.(4) They declared that they could now prove the ages of the fossils in the rocks by the rock strata they were in.
galena/Kazakhastan, USSR dated at a spread of 500 to 900 million years.
The Silurian level is claimed to have been formed 435 to 480 million years in the past.
The following quotation may be somewhat difficult to understand because of its big words, but what it is trying to say is that radioactive dating is worthless in providing us with datings for anything in the history of our world (including the appearance of species, other events, or the age of the planet itself):"The literature contains few age determinations (perhaps no more than one) on syngenetic radionuclides from paleontologically defined stratigraphic units, and almost all radioactive age determinations are made on igneous, hydrothermally introduced, or secondarily transported minerals that cannot as a rule be referred to a precisely defined place in the stratigraphic succession.