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Comment: I googled it. I told you.

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I googled it. I told you.

I googled it. I told you. Carbon dating is not accurate and how would they know it is accurate?

Anyway, there are several problems with carbon dating, outside how on Earth they would know it was accurate to begin with.

"One interesting impact of this discovery may be on an age old debate as to how old our earth is. If the rate of decay is no longer a constant, the age of earth may be subject to reevaluation based on past radiometric dating methods and this new discovery that decay may no longer be constant."


More problems explained here:

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