Radiocarbon dating after 1950
However, careful examination of the papers they cite shows that this apparent agreement is the result of the typical uniformitarian circular reasoning.
Furthermore, Davidson and Wolgemuth made numerous errors in their article (even within their own uniformitarian framework) which cause one to question whether they carefully read all of the technical papers they cited.
Such results pose a serious challenge to uniformitarian assumptions underlying conventional radiocarbon age-dating methods.
For instance, the Institute for Creation Research has on display multiple examples of fossils from the Green River Formation. 2a) contains the fossilized fish Diplomystus dentatus and Knightia eocaena. (a) A fossilized Diplomystus dentatus (the large fish) and Knightia eocaena (the smaller fish) in a slab from the Green River Formation.