Radiometric dating graph
Let us critically examine each of these claims and see if they hold up against the science.
Radioactive isotopes (also called , which is an electron, or negatively charged nuclear particle.
A a meteorite before it hits the surface of the Earth.
Meteors are glowing fragments of rock matter from outside the Earth's atmosphere that burn and glow upon entering the Earth's atmosphere. Some meteors, particularly larger ones, may survive passage through the atmosphere to become meteorites, but most are small objects that burn up completely in the atmosphere. - During certain times of the year, the Earth's orbit passes through a belt of high concentration of cosmic dust and other particles, and many meteors are observed.
Meteorites On February 15, 2013 a meteor exploded in the sky over Chelyabinsk, southern Russia.
Although no people or buildings were hit by the resulting meteorite, the shockwave from the exploding object injured about 1500 people and caused damage to 7200 buildings in the region.