These books contain an exhaustive study of radiometric dates that do not fit the results evolutionists expect.
There is also an exhaustive study of this subject called the (Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth) Group, a team of six scientists who are investigating the subject in depth, and have published the first of several studies. Carbon-14 dating has limited value for evolution because its half-life is too short.
Those isotopes that are not stable decay into daughter nuclei.
Those that did the decaying are called parent nuclei.
Measuring this ratio gives us an idea of how long ago the rock formed. Doesn’t this assume that the rocks are closed systems?