If the flood happened, the dating data recorded would be off due to unknown pre-flood consistency of the atmosphere elements and that in organisms. That, along with this matter of dating sediment rock making up fossils leads me to think dating methodology has a problem.
Sorry, this has been dealt with. DeVries (1958) identified the need to calibrate radiocarbon samples because of fluctuations of C14 levels in the atmosphere. Since then a calibration curve has been worked out based on tree ring and other anular phenomena (which, incidentally, agree with one another) to correct for those atmospheric fluctuations.
Really, do you think those who use radiocarbon dating are stupid??? We want the most accurate dates we can get, and different experts over the years have identified potential sources of error and we have corrected for them.
Dating methodology has a lot to do with interpreting observed data in the strata, and frankly, as well as whether the flood event happened. There's just too much corroborating evidence verifying the Biblical record for me to discount the Biblical flood. This, along with the problems I see with dating methodology and other debatable flood related arguments keep me in the floodist camp.
You have no idea what scientists have come up with because anything that disagrees with your religious bias is rejected out of hand; you have kept yourself in deliberate ignorance/denial.
Until you know something about radiocarbon dating you would be better off listening to those who do, and refraining from expressing opinions based only on ancient tribal myths.
Once again, radiocarbon dating is an area with which I am familiar. If you have any specific questions I will be happy to answer them for you.
But if you continue to hold to a belief that a global flood at 4,350 years ago changed everything--in spite of the total disproof of that belief going back some 200 years--then there is little that you can learn from me or anyone.
Religious belief does not constitute scientific evidence, nor does it convey scientific knowledge.