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And that first traditional notion of history you can kind of view as the first chronometric revolution.And that first chronometric revolution that gives us this kind of traditional notion of history really just comes out of humanity's ability to write.And even the traditional notions of history, the traditional stories of, what led to what?The political nations that formed, the migrations of people, and then when they happened, that traditional notion of history is even fairly new when you think about just the scope of how long we think humans have now been on this planet.Archaeologists use many different techniques to determine the age of a particular artifact, site, or part of a site.Two broad categories of dating or chronometric techniques that archaeologists use are called relative and absolute dating.There are three main assumptions that must be made to accept radiometric dating methods.

The textbooks speak of the radiometric dating techniques, and the dates themselves, as factual information.Recent research by a team of creation scientists known as the RATE (arth) group has demonstrated the unreliability of radiometric dating techniques.Even the use of isochron dating, which is supposed to eliminate some initial condition assumptions, produces dates that are not reliable.The review you are about to read comes to you courtesy of H-Net -- its reviewers, review editors, and publishing staff.If you appreciate this service, please consider donating to H-Net so we can continue to provide this service free of charge. Translate this review into As a practicing archaeologist who has been cross trained in several of the physical sciences and taught archaeological field methods and laboratory analyses at the university level, I approached an assessment of this work with great anticipation and, at the same time, hesitant caution.And now we're starting to assume we know what happened 10,000 years ago, or what happened to our planet 100 million years ago or 1 billion years ago.