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Carbon Dating is only accurate if they don't know the Actual Age
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 15526347:MV8xODg2MzEzXzMxNTAzNzg0X0I1NTk3Q0ND] [quote:Anonymous Coward 17131873:MV8xODg2MzEzXzMxNTAzNzM4XzVGMUJFOTJD] [quote:Anonymous Coward 15526347:MV8xODg2MzEzXzMxNTAzNzE5XzFBMkFCQjM4] LOL to anyone who thinks there is actually some sure fire way to accurately measure the age of something thousands of + years old. [/quote] If you don't know its age how can you say it's "thousands of years old"? DUH! [/quote] Hmm let me take a guess, scientists engage in a lot of supposition, and make sure they only get "evidence" that supports their suppositions? Nah can't be, scientists are super intelligent super men who never engage in such human foibles. [/quote]
Living snails that carbon-date to 2,300 years old, a living seal that was carbon-dated at 1,300 years old, and 8,000-year-old living penguins.
Tell me this scientists... how do you know the half-life of carbon has remained a constant variable throughout time?
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