Age of solar system from radiometric dating
These other methods are often ignored or explained away by evolutionists.
This limits the age of the oceans to 62 million years—a problem for evolutionists.
These assumptions are then used to interpret the data from the different dating techniques that can be used to estimate the ages of the earth.
The most popular of these methods uses radioactive isotopes to calculate the age of rocks, but there are other methods that do not agree with the interpretation of radiometric data.
Although this is one way that evolutionary scientists interpret the age of the earth, there are many other techniques that can be used.
Both evolutionists and biblical creationists would agree that the earth and the solar system are about the same age—the actual age of each is where they disagree.