Radiocarbon dating dinosaur bones

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Carbon-14 has a short half-life less than 6,000 years, so both evolutionists and creationists agree that radiocarbon dating is only useful for dating relatively young things, thousands of years old, and is invalid for measuring alleged long ages of evolution.

Items older than 250,000 years (at most) should be completely ‘carbon-14 dead’, with no carbon-14 remaining at all.

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Berg; No part of this paper may be reproduced, used, or sold for profit without the express written consent of the author.

They ruled out the possibility of modern contaminants and of preservation by various means of mineralization.

In the researchers’ own words (from their Journal of Paleontology paper):“The Sabellidites organic body is preserved without permineralization.

All specimens are from the collections of the Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, Frankfurt.

Samples were picked from fossils under a binocular microscope, mounted on SEM stubs, gold-coated and examined with a Hitachi S-3500N variable pressure microscope equipped with an EDAX Genesis energy dispersive spectrometer.

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