Relative geological times for events in Earth’s history are presented in relation to times of other geological events.
The estimates are derived from isotope data, which are converted into radiological ages.
For example, are the data complementary or incongruent?
The goal of this work is to find the answer to this question.
The abovementioned results complement, and thus strengthen the truth of, estimates of the absolute age of the Earth that were determined by radiometric methods.
Along with this conclusion, the evolutionary Earth growth constant of 1.383 mm per year found by us allows for new insights into Earth’s origin and evolution.
Visit for more related articles at International Journal of Advance Innovations, Thoughts & Ideas Radioisotope dating has revealed that the age of the Earth is 4.54–4.6 billion years, and these results are widely accepted.