Radiometric dating regularly gives different ages for the same object based on the method used.For example check the variance in ages from samples tested by two different methods.
No, never; and I dare say neither would those same scientists because they know the limitations of the science.
In fact you may have already noticed a number of dead give aways in the above description of the hard science parameter specifications of aircraft performance above.
Those give aways are words like: Precisely quantifying aircraft performance is all about knowing conditions and circumstances.
The discrepancies between the rejected and accepted data are arbitrarily attributed to excess or loss of argon. Radiometric Dating Indicates different ages by different methods “Rejected and accepted data”? In other words scientists are saying they themselves will not accept some data from radiometric dating because they believe it to be wrong. You would expect your weight would be the same regardless of the method the device used to quantify your weight.
Additionally they know that different methods of dating are providing different ages. So within a narrow tolerance of a few ounces or perhaps a pound or two, a spring scale should provide the same weight as a balance scale (like what you might see in physicians’ offices), which should provide the same result as an electronic scale.
By “objective, hard science” I mean science that is measurable, repeatable, predictable, consistent and accurate.