Nope. It’s just a secular tutorial on radioisotope dating, last updated in 2002. That date is significant, because John Baumgardner and I met Roger Wiens at the December 2003 American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco. John and Roger already had known each other though their employment at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Roger had read only one chapter of the RATE I book by then, so we filled him in on our new findings. Roger had no good answers. We invited him to see our posters on the RATE results, but I didn’t see him among the hundreds of geoscientists who came by. For more on our poster sessions there, see:
RATE Posters Well Received at AGU Conference
Later, in 2006, I think, I met Roger Wiens again at a conference of theologians on the age of the earth, in Dallas. He and Hugh Ross were there to brainwash the theologians with old-earthism. I, Danny Faulkner, and a few other young-earth scientists were there to try to counter the Rossites. Roger had still not read any more of the RATE material than he had in 2003, even though the RATE II book with results was then available. His presentation was still the same old tutorial of 2002 that you saw online. He still had no answers to what we had found. In fact, he told me privately that it would be “presumptuous” of him to go against the scientific “consensus” on the age issue. His problem may indeed be lack of courage. He really should overcome his fear of the establishment and update his 2002 article with acknowledgement and discussion of the RATE results. He owes his readers that degree of openness.
A sad example of the basic problems we face,