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We know it is accurate because radiometric dating is based on the radioactive decay of unstable isotopes.
For example, the element Uranium exists as one of several isotopes, some of which are unstable.
Now, Today we know that the rate of decay can be affected by the sun (neutrinos and UV light), Weather (summer vs winter). But can I sincerely answer that my mom never lies to anybody that ask me if my mom has ever lied? Same goes to Decay rates, My point is not that is a big or small change on the rate, My point is (and is clearly stated on the paper written by professionals in the field) that they were surprised, Because they though the rate of decay was constant, But now, They discovered that something that should not be affecting the decay, Is affecting it. So, The first assumption about radiometric decay is wrong. You can do your own research about my first point or I can add links so you can read more studies.
That was the first assumption based on Uniformitariarism.
This gives geologists great confidence that the method correctly determines when that rock formed.
Hope that helps, and please ask if you'd like more details! I think that I will start by answering the second part of your question, just because I think that will make the answer to the first question clearer.
I would recommend for you to read it, I have not finish reading the whole thing but I'm working on it. This is a very simplified answer, There is much more evidence in support of this date, If you want more i will be happy to provide.
It was widely accepted because scientists thought the rate of decay was constant and the decay of elements was not affect by any condition known by the scientist community.
To make my argument even more clear, Scientists were sure that the rate was unaffected by anything known. So, First assumption about radiometric dating was wrong. Html WRONG, Uranium Decay Equation Each individual atom has a chance of decaying by this process. For this debate to be fruitful we need to accept when the other person is right!
I will post research done by Stanford and Purdue University. If you were able to examine just one atom, You would not know whether or not it would decay. I understand your statistic analogy and I think you are right, , Statistics is a well documented science that I use in my field all the time, But I don't think that address my argument.
I won't post any research done by Creationists now. The chance of it decaying is not definite, By human standards, And is similar to the chance of rolling a particular number on a dice. But one day, She is organizing a surprise birthday party to my sister, And I heard how my mom lied to her so the surprise work. I did what you said, The link said the video is not available.
Also there is more then one way of dating material, And when all methods are ""properly"" used they tend to converge on the same dated age.