Potassium argon radiometric dating
Just this one fact totally upsets data obtained by C-14 dating.The carbon in the atmosphere normally combines with oxygen to make carbon dioxide (CO2).A very small percentage of the carbon plants take in is radioactive C-14.When a plant or animal dies it stops taking in air and food so it should not be able to get any new C-14.
You will not be able to fill the barrel past this point of equilibrium.This may be tied in to the declining strength of the magnetic field. Kilauea Iki, Hawaii (AD 1959) gave K-AR age of 8,500,000 years old. The so-called geologic column was developed in the early 1800's over a century before there were any radiometric dating methods. Laboratories will not carbon date dinosaur bones (even frozen ones which could easily be carbon dated) because dinosaurs are supposed to have lived 70 million years ago according to the fictitious geologic column. 124 "A geologist at the Berkeley Geochronology Center, [Carl] Swisher uses the most advanced techniques to date human fossils.Potassium Argon dating: "Potassium Argon dating is based on many of the same assumptions and gives wild dates shown below. "Apart from very 'modern' examples, which are really archaeology, I can think of no cases of radioactive decay being used to date fossils."Ager, Derek V., "Fossil Frustrations," New Scientist, vol. An object's supposed place on the geologic column determines the method used to date it. "One part of Dima [a baby frozen mammoth] was 40,000, another part was 26,000 and the "wood immediately around the carcass" was 9-10,000. Pewe, Quaternary Stratigraphic Nomenclature in Unglaciated Central Alaska, Geological Survey Professional Paper 862 (U. Last spring he was re-evaluating Homo erectus skulls found in Java in the 1930s by testing the sediment found with them.Whenever the worldview of evolution is questioned, this topic always comes up.Let me first explain how carbon dating works and then show you the assumptions it is based on.