Creation carbon dating
There is no instrument on earth that can detect Carbon-14 in a specimen that is supposedly older than 18 half-lives. There are, however, many false assumptions that must be made in order to derive Carbon-14 dates and the knowledge of these false assumptions demonstrates the uselessness in this other-wise supposedly useful not varied over the years. There is ample evidence to prove that quite the opposite is true.Experiments done with the radioactive isotopes of Uranium-238 and Iron-57 have shown that rates not only do vary, but can, in fact, be altered by changing the environment surrounding the samples.There are more than 80 such technologies that are claimed to work.Prior to looking at the many flaws in the Carbon-14 Dating Technique, it should be noted that no radiometric technique is reliable.In nature, all systems are open regardless of what evolutionists say in protest. As no two people have exactly the same DNA, individual plants and animals vary in their physical and genetic makeup.Even a sealed aquarium has sunlight, X-rays, Gamma Rays, ultra-violet light, etc. These variations cause individual organisms to absorb or reject Carbon-14 at different previously published radiocarbon dates must be corrected or mathematically weighted to correct the dates from the published dates to the actual dates.50,000 years it may be seen that the method is based on many false assumptions.
(approximately 78% of atmospheric gases) by thermal neutrons which come from the powerful cosmic radiation, primarily generated by the sun.Evolutionists then claim to determine the amount of time since the death of the organism by measuring the current ratio.The lower the amount of Carbon-14, the longer it has been since death occurred.They all start with similar flaws, but Carbon-14 has more than the rest.The Carbon-14 dating method was introduced by Dr. Libby (1908-1980) at the University of Chicago in 1949. Carbon-12 is the normal stable isotope of Carbon (99% of all Carbon), which is the basic building block of organic life forms.