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C14, "Accepted Dates are Actually Selected Dates"

Fingerprints of Creation video destroys the dating methods used by evolutionists. The results of Dr. Robert V. Gentry's investigations have been published in leading scientific journals; Science, Nature, Geophysical Research Letters, Earth And Planetary Science Letters, Physical Review Letters, and Annual Review Of Nuclear Letters and are subject to peer review by evolutionary scientists. We are seeking permission to upload this video. "The troubles with the radio carbon dating methods are undeniably deep and serious, just like thirty five years of technological refinements and better understanding. The underlying assumptions have been strongly challenged and warnings throughout the radio carbon may soon find itself in a crisis situation. Continuing use of the method depends on a fix it as we go approach allowing for contamination, fractionation, and calibration whenever possible, it should be no surprise then, fully half of the dates are rejected. The wonder is surely, the remaining half become to be accepted. No matter how useful it is, the radio carbon method is still not capable of yielding accurate and reliable results. There are gross discrepancies, the chronology is uneven and relative and the accepted dates are actually selected dates." Robert Lee, "Radio Carbon Ages in Error", Anthropological Journal of Canada, Vol 19, 3 p. 9 & 29. "It may come as a shock to some, but fewer than 50 percent of the radiocarbon dates from geological and archaeological samples in northeastern North America have been adopted as 'acceptable' by investigators."—*J. Ogden III, "The Use and Abuse of Radiocarbon," in Annals of the New York Academy of Science, Vol. 288, 1977, pp. 167-173. "C-14 dating was being discussed at a symposium on the prehistory of the Nile Valley. A famous American colleague, Professor Brew, briefly summarized a common attitude among archaeologists toward it, as follows: 'If a C-14 date supports our theories, we put it in the main text. If it does not entirely contradict them, we put it in a footnote. And if it is completely 'out-of-date,' we just drop it."—*T. Save-Soderbergh and *Ingrid U. Olsson, "C-14 Dating and Egyptian Chronology," Radiocarbon Variations and Absolute Chronology, ed. *Ingrid U. Olsson (1970), p. 35 [also in *Pensee, 3(1): 44]. "Several laboratories in the world are now equipped to perform a much improved radiocarbon dating procedure. Using atomic accelerators, the carbon-14 atoms in a specimen can now be actually counted. This gives more precise radiocarbon dates with even smaller specimens. The standard, but less accurate, radiocarbon dating technique only attempts to count the rare disintegrations of carbon-14 atoms, which are sometimes confused with other types of disintegrations. This new atomic accelerator technique has consistently detected at least small amounts of carbon-14 in every organic specimen—even materials that evolutionists claim are millions of years old, such as coal. The minimum amount of carbon-14 is so consistent that contamination can probably be ruled out. If the specimens were millions of years old, there would be virtually no carbon-14 remaining in them. "Eleven human skeletons, the earliest known human remains in the Western hemisphere, have recently been dated by this new accelerator mass spectrometer technique. All eleven were dated at about 5,000 radiocarbon years or less! If more of the claimed evolutionary ancestors of man are tested and are also found to contain carbon-14, a major scientific revolution will occur and thousands of textbooks will become obsolete."—Walter T. Brown, In the Beginning (1989), p. 95. Reasons for Faith Thomas Kindell D.Ph.Th. 113 Eagle View Dr Eagle Point, OR 97524 Office: (541) 830-0720 Fax: (541) 830-0720 Quotes by Evolutionary Scientists Against Evolution - Live broadcasting with instant message -

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