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what is radio metric dating of the earth and how does it wor?

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    "radiometric" is one word. In this case, it actually refers to radioactive dating, to determine the ages of rocks and fomerly living material. The word "Radiometic" can apply to many differnt types of radiation, including heat and light. Ms. Sue has provided an excellent reference for you.

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