People accuse us of being anti-science. We understand why. On the face of it we've evaluated the scientific method, found it wanting, and rejected it. We exposed the logical fallacy of scientific truths.
Radiometric dating is an example of inductive reductive circular reasoning. It requires the assumption that nuclear decay rates are constant and an unwarranted application of the half-life rate law to nuclear decay.
What do you really want out of life? Do you want to fool yourself with SciPop that there's no hell so that you can live this fraught and miserable existence and end up in it?
Stellar spectroscopy conveniently ignores the possibility that stars are reflecting sunlight and incorporates itself into one of the most intricate examples of circular reasoning ever devised. Circular reasoning is a problem in science where people make up fiction that suits their narrative, then use the fiction to rationalize more fiction. A good example is heliocentricity. …
The fourth axiom of popular science (SciPop) is "nuclear decay has always been constant." It's wishful thinking, a way to induce a rationalization of radiometric data to make rocks look older than they really are.
The beauty of math, and the reason why it is the best recipe for fudge in the universe, is that it proves that a geocentrospheric model is possible.