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Thus researchers must calibrate the clock to account for these fluctuations, and that can be a challenge.’ Besides these regular changes, which secular scientists try to take into account, there was a unique event in earth’s history that also greatly upset the carbon balance, but which the scientific establishment refuses to take into account when calibrating the carbon-dating method. There was massive worldwide volcanism during the Flood, with massive volumes of dust, COC in the atmosphere would thus have become greatly diluted during the Flood, and would have remained low for many centuries, as the level gradually built up again towards equilibrium.

Animals and plants in the immediate post-Flood centuries would have absorbed and ingested less C may have been increasing, albeit very gradually.

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As a result, raw radiocarbon dates sometimes diverge from real calendar years by hundreds or even thousands of years.

The only reliable way to date anything is by the historical method—relying on trustworthy records such as the Bible. Archaeologists will readily dismiss carbon-dating ages if they do not agree with the date they want or expect: For example Australian archaeologist Dr Josephine Flood rejected the 30,000 year carbon-dates for ‘Mungo Man’ because she believes, based on other dating methods such as electron spin resonance, that Mungo Man is 60,000 years old.wrong.

There is evidence of changes in carbon isotope ratios from era to era, region to region, species to species, and even from one part of an individual organism to another part.

Then state-of-the-art radiocarbon dating was performed at Stafford Laboratories in Colorado, the University of California at Riverside, or Beta Analytic in Miami, Florida, employing Accelerator Mass Spectrometer (AMS) dating methods.

The reliability of the AMS method of radiocarbon dating of bones is delineated in: Radiocarbon, Volume 34, Number 3, pp. The goal was to provide radiocarbon dates for samples that appeared from depth or other considerations to be pre-Columbian.

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