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Author Topic:   Discussing carbon 14 in fossils
CoolBeans
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02-11-2013 9:04 PM


http://www.dinosaurc14ages.com/carbondating.htm

Im not a creationist I just want to clear some doubts. Some of the dinosaurs dated have been fairly recent.


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02-11-2013 9:04 PM


Could you flesh this topic proposal out a bit? The Forum Guidelines request that you state your position in your own words and use links as supporting references.

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CoolBeans
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02-12-2013 4:20 PM
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02-11-2013 9:04 PM


Im sorry. im new in here. Some of their points is that their results agree with each other. They specifically criticize carbon dating at the begining giving the results of dating living animals. They are not published in any journal but they claim censorship. Thir work was presented at a convention, but their work has been deleted. I dont trust this people. Some of them are ver well known. Hugh Miller and Carl Baugh are part of this. They sent their samples to Geochron and other facilities to test them. The paper is in the website. So if you are interested in it, read it.

On a different topic, I would like if anyone has already debated about the Lazarus Bacteria. I would like a link.


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