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C ratios on the order of 0.1-0.5% of the modern value—a hundred times or more above the AMS detection threshold—in samples supposedly tens to hundreds of millions of years old is therefore a huge anomaly for the uniformitarian framework.This earnest effort to understand this "contamination problem" therefore generated scores of peer-reviewed papers in the standard radiocarbon literature during the last 20 years.This is consistent with the young-earth view that the entire macrofossil record up to the upper Cenozoic is the product of the Genesis Flood and therefore such fossils should share a common = 0.0024 = 0.24 pmc).

In particular, it describes a time when God catastrophically destroyed the earth and essentially all its life.This is partly due to the legacy of the doctrine of uniformitarianism passed down from one generation of geologists to the next since the time of Charles Lyell in the early nineteenth century.Uniformitarianism assumes that the vast amount of geological change recorded in the rocks is the product of slow and uniform processes operating over an immense span of time, as opposed to a global cataclysm of the type described in the Bible and other ancient texts.A conservative estimate for the pre-Flood biomass is 100 times that of today.If one takes as a rough estimate for the total Some readers at this point may be asking, how does one then account for the tens of millions and hundreds of millions of years that other radioisotope methods yield for the fossil record?

When we average our results over each geological interval, we obtain remarkably similar values of 0.26 percent modern carbon (pmc) for Eocene, 0.21 pmc for Cretaceous, and 0.27 pmc for Pennsylvanian.

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By Walid Shoebat Shoebat Exclusive. In 1988 they said it was a fraud after doing carbon-14 dating of scraps of the cloth carried out by labs in Oxford. 
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Photos A 40,000-Year-Old Mammoth Autopsy. By Tia Ghose, Senior Writer. Carbon dating of the tissue revealed that the mammoth lived and died about 40,000 years ago. 
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Evolutionists have long used the carbon-14, or radiocarbon, dating technique as a “hammer” to bludgeon Bible-believing Christians. A straightforward. 
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