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  • adv. In a radiometric manner
  • adv. By means of radiometry


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  • At first the Chinese radiometrically dated the unknown alloy of the object back greater than six billion years a geological impossibility.

    Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile

  • These samples along with meteorites that originated from the moon and even one from Mars can be radiometrically dated, and together they paint a picture a cataclysmic time in the history of our solar system.

    Reexamining a Cataclysm | Universe Today

  • The submarine is equipped to drill down for rock samples, through the superficial sediments of the sea bottom down to the volcanic rocks of the lithosphere itself, and it also has an onboard laboratory for dating rock samples radiometrically see Chapter 4.


  • With the Grand Canyon, we know quite a bit about erosion, and deposition, we can map the pattern of erosion and deposition, we can see the places where lava flowed into the canyon and formed (radiometrically datable) dikes, we can go core the sediments deposited below the canyon and figure out what source material eroded when, etc.

    Analogy, How Scientifically Powerful is It?

  • Those “flood deposited layers” are sorted radiometrically.

    The Nerf Flagellum - The Panda's Thumb

  • Some of these telltale layers can be dated radiometrically and compared to corresponding layers in continental rocks, thus cross-checking both geological events and the dates assigned to them.

    The Source

  • These similar layers become correlation “markers” that can be radiometrically dated.

    The Source

  • Additionally, datable deep sea and ice cores cross-check with one another and agree with corresponding radiometrically determined dates to within acceptable accuracy limits.

    The Source

  • Transkei as a whole had never been mapped magnetically, radiometrically or gravimetrically, he said in written reply to a question from Mr Geoffrey Doidge (ANC).

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • However, this was an older bloke, and it appears to me that by now they've largely stopped changing (i.e. apart from some fine tuning), but the point is that biologically-derived dates were grossly different to geologically-derived dates, which were grossly different to radiometrically-derived dates, until they managed to find reasons to alter them until they reached a compromise to settle on.

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