Most accurate form of radiometric dating
Shortcomings of a dating method in current use are not generally acknowledged by evolutionists.
Only when they feel they have devised a better method for a specific time period, do they publicly admit the weaknesses of the method they had been using previously.
Popular presentations of human evolution show a rather smooth transition of fossils leading to modern humans.
The impression given is that the dating of the individual fossils in that sequence is accurate enough to establish human evolution as a fact.
This new method, announced in the journal, Science, involves racemization of amino acids in ostrich eggshell.
Hence, the method fell into disfavor because it gave questionable dates.However, because of severe dating problems which are seldom mentioned, this alleged sequence cannot be maintained.To present the fossil evidence as a relatively smooth transition leading to modern humans is akin to intellectual dishonesty.Since the morphology of a fossil cannot be changed, it is obvious that the dating is the more subjective element of the two items.Yet, accurate dating of fossils is so essential that the scientific respectability of evolution is contingent upon fossils having appropriate dates.