The overall reliability of radiometric dating was addressed in some detail in a recent book by Brent Dalrymple, a premier expert in the field. 80-81]: These methods provide valid age data in most instances, although there is a small percentage of instances in which even these generally reliable methods yield incorrect results.
Such failures may be due to laboratory errors (mistakes happen), unrecognized geologic factors (nature sometimes fools us), or misapplication of the techniques (no one is perfect).
This technique helps identify post-formation geologic disturbances because different minerals respond differently to heating and chemical changes.
The isochron techniques are partly based on this principle.
Here I will outline the chapters that indicate that indeed it does.Fifty-three generations (much shorter than the prior generations, some of whom lived to be over nine hundred years old), and two-thousand years, follow until God gives Mary the gift of immaculate conception and Jesus Christ enters the world.Jesus dies on the cross at around thirty years of age. We know the exact number of years from Jesus’s crucifixion because of the way our years are measured. “AD” means , literally meaning “in the year of the Lord.” Using rough estimates, we conclude that two thousand plus two thousand plus thirty plus two thousand and ten gives us an approximate age of 6,030 years since the beginning of the earth’s creation according to the Old and New Testaments.  Genesis -: “And the evening and the morning were the sixth day.In a separate article (Radiometric dating), we sketched in some technical detail how these dates are calculated using radiometric dating techniques.As we pointed out in these two articles, radiometric dates are based on known rates of radioactivity, a phenomenon that is rooted in fundamental laws of physics and follows simple mathematical formulas.