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But they still have to verify their calibrations with samples of known dates. Radiocarbon dates can only be trusted up until the record left by trees can back them up.

There is no other way to verify the calibration charts accurately!

And what was it that finally got the scientists to agree on their uncertain calibration curve? The problem with all these theories and conclusions is that they hark back to the scientists’ blind belief in the false theory of evolution.

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That is what the Bible terms “the oppositions of science falsely so called” (1 Timothy ).

The bottom line is that scientists cannot reliably use radiocarbon dating on artifacts beyond the time of Christ.

It contains “the more sure word of prophecy” that guides our analysis of current world events (2 Peter ).

Yet even if you believe the Bible is God’s unerring Word, a master key is still necessary to unlock these prophecies.

Data has to be manipulated, skewed and given fancy treatment to make evolution fit the facts.

That is science based on a shifting foundation of sand!That is circular reasoning—defending the method by using the very same method!On top of that, radiocarbon dating coral presents great difficulties that make it unreliable. Because of another assumption in radiocarbon dating: that it is a closed system.In truth, however, the amount of carbon-14 in the atmosphere varies with fluctuations in solar activity and Earth’s magnetic field, changes in atmospheric conditions and even the exploding of atomic bombs!As a result, radiocarbon dating isn’t so accurate: “Provided they are adjusted, radiocarbon dates are now considered reliable as far back as 5000 640, and only generally well back to the time of Christ.Scientists, however, will push the envelope to 10,000 . In 2004, the claimed reliability of radiocarbon dating supposedly got a boost to 26,000 years, and then again in 2010 back to 50,000 years ago—the point at which there is too little carbon-14 to measure accurately.

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