It’s an Old World After All, Part 1
In our last Videocast, we explored some of the ways scientists have been able to determine the age of hominid fossils. Today, in our sixth BioLogos videocast, we extend the question to the age of the Earth. The first section, featured today, explains four methods scientists have used to determine that age: tree ring, lake varve, radiometric, and seafloor spread dating.
The script was written by biology student Joy Walters, with help from BioLogos president Darrel Falk.
Commentary written by the BioLogos editorial team.
Joy Walters is currently a student intern at BioLogos. She is completing her undergraduate education at Point Loma Nazarene University majoring in Biology-Chemistry. She is passionate about engaging the natural world and pursuing a deep relationship with her Creator and Savior. In the future, she desires to attend medical school and use her skills as a physician to establish God’s kingdom by bringing healing, joy and hope to others.