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Radioisotope dating conveys an aura of reliability both to the general public and professional scientists. In August of 1993, I had the exciting privilege of accompanying geologist Dr.The best "proof" for millions of years of earth history in most people's minds is radioisotope dating. Steven Austin and others from the Institute for Creation Research on a climb into the crater of Mount St. It was one of those experiences that was well worth every exhausting moment!Considering that the half-life of potassium-40 (40K) is fairly long (1,250 million years, Mc Dougall and Harrison, 1999, p.9), the K-Ar method cannot be used to date samples that are much younger than 6,000 years old (Dalrymple, 1991, p. A few thousand years are not enough time for 40Ar to accumulate in a sample at high enough concentrations to be detected and quantified.Because radiometric dating utterly refutes their biblical interpretations, young-Earth creationists (YECs) are desperate to undermine the reality of these methods. Steve Austin and his associates at the Institute for Creation 'Research' (ICR) collected a dacite sample from Mt. Helens, Washington State, USA, which probably erupted in 1986 AD. then ineffectively separated the sample into several mineral and glass 'fractions', submitted the dacite and its 'fractions' for potassium 40-argon 40 (K-Ar) dating, and subsequently used the bogus results to inappropriately attack the K-Ar method.

However, non-geologist YECs, such as MD Keith Swenson at Is the Lava Dome at Mt. Although Swenson accompanied Austin on a trip to Mt. Helens, there is no indication from his writings that Swenson is familiar with igneous petrology, geochronology or even geology in general.During 17 so-called dome-building eruptions, from October 18, 1980 to October 26, 1986, thick pasty lava oozed out of the volcanic vent much like toothpaste from a tube.Dacite lava is too thick to flow very far, so it simply piled up around the vent forming the mountain-like dome, which now sits as a plug over the volcanic orifice.It is composed of a volcanic rock called dacite and appears to an observer in the crater as a huge steaming mound of dark, blocky rubble. Helens is the third dome to form since the 1980 eruption, the first two having been blasted away by subsequent eruptions.The current dome started to form after the volcano's last explosive eruption on October 17, 1980.The resulting rock strata may harbor fossils from a particular habitat area or ecosystem, but do not represent a particular age or era.