Further still, we are To determine the origin of something, we must refer to eye-witness accounts (aka historical evidence) because science is limited on what it can determine.Likewise, evolutionists that rely on carbon dating must the C14 can come from no other source except the one burning on the table in front of them.To demonstrate this concept more simplistically, let's scientifically analyze a candle and ask a few questions.Let's imagine we walk into a room, a candle is burning on a table, we measure the candle, and find the candle is six inches tall. Not without how tall it was and if it has always burned at the same rate.Radioactive carbon, as mentioned earlier, forms in the atmosphere from radiation striking nitrogen, and that radiation is randomly introduced into the atmosphere. Also, I have had evolutionists personally tell me that it is impossible to know for sure because the earth's magnetic field fluctuation also effects how much radiation comes through the atmosphere, so there again, the constant for C14 in the atmosphere today is a complete uniformitarian assumption.
This already creates a serious problem because all measuring tools require a constant with which to measure anything.0.00003825%), then that object has been dead for about 5700 years.If you find only 1/4th of the C14 in the object, it would have been through 2 half-lifes, and would be approximately 11,400 years old, and so on; however, there are many serious problems with this that are almost Let's say you were going to find a consistent number of grasshoppers in the world -- how would you begin?Pripyat is the central location where the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant accident occured in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic back in 1986.The explosion and nine-day fire sent radioactive isotopes in many directions, and ended up causing incalculable amounts of biological damage and death. It's still highly radioactive today.) So now that we understand how it works, the evolutionist theory for C14 dating states that if you test an object for C14, and it only has about half the amount of C14 known to be in the atmosphere (i.e.