University of arizona carbon dating dinosaur bones
As time progressed each would begin to acquire its slower modern-day stable half-life, but would they all acquire these stable rates in a uniformity which would keep them all in synchrony? If they did, all would give the same ages, you are right.Each would probably arrive at equilibrium at different times.Some of us have lost more information than others, that's why some are at Harvard, but others, more unfortunate, [the same] age struggle with debilitating genetic degenerative diseases like Lupus, MS, ALS, Crohn's and many other autoimmune diseases.The keys of which are locked in the "vault of degeneration knowledge" that evolutionists are unwilling to open for fear that we creationists might be correct." Jack Cuozzo 3/02 Antarctic seawater has a low level of C14.However each time they test it, they find more c14 in the atmosphere, and have realized that we are only 1/3 the way to equilibrium.Since carbon dating measures the amount of carbon still in a fossil, then the date given is not accurate.Look at biological breakdown everywhere, it proceeds at different rates.Look at the world from a devolutionary viewpoint and see how perfection has been lost and breakdown has proceeded in spurts and stasis periods.
What many do not realize is that carbon dating is not used to date dinosaurs. Carbon dating is only accurate back a few thousand years.
Unbiased science changes the theory to support the facts.
They should not change the facts to fit the theory.
Consequently organisms living there dated by C14 give ages much older than their true age.
A lake Bonney seal known to have died only a few weeks before was carbon dated.