He argued that overall peer review is needed and quite beneficial to the creationist movement, but there are shortcomings, as most all creationist and secular scientists realize.
There are many assumptions behind radiometric dating, but there are three main ones.
So, the main variable is the zircons underwent 1.5 Ga of radioactive decay—assuming current rates!
There is way too much helium in the zircons for the alleged age.
They are in-depth studies, as one would expect for the results of a research project that challenges radiometric dating.Many exciting results have come out of the RATE project.Instead of radiometric dating being a challenge to creationists, it is now a .The RATE group has discovered that one or more periods of accelerated radiometric decay occurred in the past.The most powerful evidence is described in chapter 2 by Russ Humphreys on his results of helium diffusion out of zircons from the Precambrian granite at Fenton Hills, New Mexico.
Then I found out that ICR was planning a major project on radiometric dating.