C14 in Soft Tissues of Dinosaur Bones Overthrows Darwino-Papist Worldview at Fox
With the recent announcement of soft tissue in off-the-shelf dinosaur bones (6/09/15, 6/10/15), complete with enriched carbon, the obvious question is: does any of it contain carbon-14? Because of the isotope’s short half-life (5,730 years), no C14 should be detectable after about 100,000 years. Finding measurable C14 in the bones would therefore invalidate the consensus belief that dinosaurs lived and died over 65 million years ago.
Secular paleontologists consider it a waste of time to test for C14 in dinosaur bone.
Measurable amounts of radiocarbon have been consistently detected within carbonaceous materials across Phanerozoic strata. Assuming these strata were largely deposited by the Noahic Flood occurring within the time range of radiocarbon’s detectability with modern equipment under uniformitarian assumptions, we hypothesized that fossils from all three erathems, including dinosaur fossils, should also contain measurable amounts of radiocarbon. Consistent with this hypothesis, we report detectable amounts of radiocarbon in all 16 of our samples. - See more at: http://crev.info/2015/06/c14-dinosaur-bone/#sthash.iaj0oUzy.dpuf
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