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Carbon Dating is only accurate if they don't know the Actual Age
Ms Sans Serif
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[quote:eclectic mind:MV8xODg2MzEzXzMxNTA1MzkxX0ZFNEE0RTAy] [quote:Anonymous Coward 16735882:MV8xODg2MzEzXzMxNTA1MjE4XzRFOEQxNjk5] [quote:eclectic mind:MV8xODg2MzEzXzMxNTA1MTMzX0U5MkYxM0NB] Yeah Yeah.. again hovind knows and the bible knows too!!?? stop joking people!!.. Radio-carbon dating has flaws, we all know that.. [/quote] That's why its only 1 method they use to give a ball park figure. Then they use other methods to narrow it down and confirm it. [/quote] i do know that mate.. carbon half time of the isotope 14C is variable is dependend on the environment that the objects are found in, in the dessert a similar aged object would date different then one from the arctics and if the production rate of 14C in the atmosphere is not equal to the removal rate (mostly through decay), this ratio will change... yet a combined dating method still shows many objects are much older then hovind claims.. [/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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