Because it is present within the atmosphere, every rock and mineral will have some quantity of Argon.
This process is used by evolutionists to claim dates to the earth going back 4.6 billion years. Bring decay rates into a court of law to be put under real scrutiny, and a good case could be made against them, but I don't think that's necessary to show the major problems evolutionists already have with what they are claiming, so in this instance, I won't be arguing what they claim as a current decay rate for K-Ar.
Both the physical geologists and paleontologists could point to evidence that much more time was needed to produce what they saw in the stratigraphic and fossil records.
As one answer to his critics, Kelvin produced a completely independent estimate -- this time for the age of the Sun.
So now that you are better prepared, let's continue!
Over the years, Answers in Genesis has committed to undermining the credibility of radiometric dating techniques.
Other factors and basic assumptions must also be considered.