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The RATE research group gathered in San Diego for its fifth annual meeting on July 27-28, 2001. Left to Right: Bill Hoesch, Steven Boyd, Donald DeYoung, Steven Austin, John Baumgardner, Russell Humphreys, Andrew Snelling, Eugene Chaffin, John Morris. Front: Larry Vardiman, Chairman.

RATE is an acronym for Radioisotopes and the Age of The Earth. The RATE group is a research team of creation scientists from the Institute for Creation Research and the Creation Research Society, who are collaborating on an extensive project to study factors that might affect radiometric dating. Specialists in Geology, Geophysics, Astrophysics, and Physics are actively engaged in this line of research.

The RATE Scientists

RATE Published Media


The RATE Group has jointly published two compendiums of their findings:



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