Carbon dating and evolution
The methodology is quite accurate, but dendrochronology supposedly shows that the C14 dates go off because of changes in the equilibrium over time, and that the older the dates the larger the error.Despite this she continually uses the c14 dates to create 'absolute' chronologies.Robert Whitelaw has done a very good job illustrating this theory using about 30,000 dates published in Radio Carbon over the last 40 years.One of the impressive points Whitewall makes is the conspicuous absence of dates between 4,500 and 5,000 years ago illustrating a great catastrophe killing off plant and animal life world wide (the flood of Noah)!C at all if they really were over a billion years old, yet the radiocarbon lab reported that there was over 10 times the detection limit.Thus they had a radiocarbon ‘age’ far less than a million years!
Diamond requires very high pressure to form—pressure found naturally on earth only deep below the surface.
This standard content of C14 can then be used for wood not associated with a historically documented date.
Dates up to this point in history are well documented for C14 calibration.
He understood that archaeological artifacts were readily available.
After all, this what the archeologist guessed in their published books.
Some believe trees are known to be as old as 9,000 years. A lot of people doubt this claim for various good reasons I wont go into here.