Dating by correspondence
This fall I will be facilitating a study that addresses science and creation.I will only have seven sessions in which to present my students with an introduction to a topic that deserves a lifetime of study.I am very interested in the recent discoveries that shed some light on the truth behind radiocarbon dating. Specifically, they have carbon 14 dated organic material found in dinosaur bones.I was unable, however, to find the scientific papers to which you have made reference on your web site, which have conducted controversial research. For the specimens tested so far, they report radiocarbon ages between 22,000 and 39,000 years before present (BP).I would greatly appreciate if you could send me the journal names, volume, and issue, etc. It should be noted that this presentation was made at a mainstream Geophysics and Geology conference.
The trouble of it is, that most of the attempts to date any of the NT books after AD 70 are based on presuppositions and bad theology.Also, the Paleochronology Group is a little different from strict young earth creationist groups, like ICR and AIG.They accept big bang cosmology and an old universe and earth, but they also believe that the earth's biosphere was intelligently designed by God in six literal days 50,000 or less years BP.It was in one of his articles that I came across your name and hence found your website. I need to ask someone questions who is equipped to respond and will do so honestly and thoughtfully.carbon dating, carbon-14 dating, radiocarbon dating - a chemical analysis used to determine the age of organic materials based on their content of the radioisotope carbon-14; believed to be reliable up to 40,000 years from the times of the surgeon who was Jekyll's predecessor; but even as they opened the door they were advertised of the uselessness of further search, by the fall of a perfect mat of cobweb which had for years sealed up the entrance.