That's not true, as I've already pointed out. A difference in the dating of Triassic samples of a factor of at least 760 by no means constitutes consistency.Radioactive dating cannot give an exact year, but all the radioactive dating tests we have done are consistent with the the others. All it takes to disprove it would be finding a fossil rat in the Precambrian-yet not once have we found fossils that are anachronistic. Considering that all animals were around at the same time according to creationists, why wouldn't we find these anachronistic fossils?
Re: anachronistic fossils, consider that I explicitly pointed out the difference by a factor of at least 760, and you responded that all tests were consistent with each other. Given the nature of human bias, an anachronistic fossil could stare many evolutionists in the face, and they would not see it, or would argue it doesn't exist, or would come up with some ad hoc explanation around the evidence. It's the nature of human bias.
There are multiple theories out there that attempt to explain why certain fossils tend to be found in certain layers. Which is correct, I cannot say.
But I can say this: The lack of significant erosional features between certain layers of the geologic column, despite the passage of supposedly millions of years between layers, and despite the fact that evolutionists propose that missing layers between those layers entirely eroded away, indicates that the layers instead were laid down so quickly one on top of the other, there wasn't time for significant erosion to occur between layers. And that collapses the geologic time scale of evolutionists to the point that the various animal life had to coexist.