Dating interpreting past radiocarbon series


Conventional geologists claim that fossils, coals, and diamonds are millions to billions of years old.Yet it has now been firmly established that they still contain measurable amounts of radiocarbon, which has a half-life (decay rate) of only 5,730 years.1 This creates a dilemma for conventional geology, as explained in Part 2 of this series.2 Absolutely no radiocarbon should be left in fossils, coals, and diamonds, because after just one million years it should have decayed away.If this were the case, the biosphere in the past would have had a lower carbon-14 concentration than it does today.The best estimates indicate that the earth’s magnetic field was twice as strong 1,400 years ago, and possibly four times as strong 2,800 years ago.So a stronger magnetic field in the past would have reduced the influx of cosmic rays.

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Research is therefore underway to find a means of recalibrating the radiocarbon “clock” to properly account for the Flood and its impact on dates for the post-Flood period to the present.

They have also determined several geophysical causes for past and present fluctuations in carbon-14 production in the atmosphere.4 Specifically, we know that carbon-14 has varied in the past due to a stronger magnetic field on earth and changing cycles in sunspot activity.



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