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Nuggin
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Message 43 of 136 (618834)
06-06-2011 3:33 PM
Reply to: Message 31 by Kenny Johnson
04-22-2011 11:36 AM


Re: C14
I like C14 too! I like the fact that with advanced mass spectrometry we have detected C14 in 300 million year old Pennsylvanian coal. Of course, with the half life of C14, that would make the coal no older than 10s of thousands years old. Yeah, radioactive dating, responsible for the 300 million year date is obviously accurate, NOT!
Not that you'll ever come back to check the board, since you're just a fly by night Creationist more interested in posting garbage and running away than actually engaging in a REAL discussion about REAL science.
Care to point out WHO found C14 in the Penn Coal? Which lab did the study? What contaminants were controlled for? Where the coal was obtained from? How it was transported? How often this occurs? How it cross checks against different samples from the same or nearby sites?
Let me guess, a Bible Thumper took the "sample" that they got themselves and paid a specific lab using crappy equipment and not doing the proper controls.
Seen this before.
If C-14 is inaccurate, then how can we cross reference it with known dates of things? Carbon dating of Egyptian Mummies gives the same dates that we get from decoding the heiroglyphs

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Nuggin
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Message 131 of 136 (625821)
07-25-2011 9:03 PM
Reply to: Message 130 by Mazzy
07-25-2011 8:54 PM


Given that evolutionists refute any evidence of dinosaurs and mankind coexisting
We don't have to refute it. There's simply no evidence.
Someone paints a cartoon dinosaur on a jug and Creationists think they have something.
Like everything else they trot out, it's good for a laugh and little else.

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