Age earth dating
These assumptions are based on the axioms or worldview the scientist is operating within.
This worldview is the basis for an entire system of theories.
The methods are all ultimately calibrated to relative dates of the geologic column, such that data that conflicts with a fossil's or rock's placement in the geologic column is explained away by the evolutionary theoretical system.
Because fission-track dating requires a manual count of the fission tracks, the process is more prone to human error and bias than other radiometric dating methods.As the parent decays to daughter, the ratios change and the straight line remains but becomes angled.The slope of the line equals the number of half-lives the parent isotope has passed since solidification.Creation science is one theoretical system and evolution is another.Thus even when creationists and evolutionists use the same dating methods, they will more often than not achieve radically different results.