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Radiocarbon dates are based on the assumption that the atmospheric 14C to 12C ratio has been constant in the Radio dating assumptions. This idea is advanced, for example, in The Young Earth: It is well known that the industrial revolution, with its burning of huge masses of coal, etc. How do we know what the ratio was before then, though--say, thousands of years ago? It is assumed that the ratio has been constant for a very long time before the industrial revolution. Is this assumption correct for on it hangs the whole validity of the system? The whole validity of radiocarbon dating for the past 10, yearsthe time span of interest to biblical chronologyhangs only on the tree-ring chronologies which are used to calibrate it.
See How does the radiocarbon dating method work? This process does not involve any assumption about historic radiocarbon to stable carbon ratios because the radiocarbon concentration in the tree-ring samples rating be affected in exactly the same way as the radiocarbon concentration in the specimen to be dated. Assertion 1 is false. Radiocarbon dates are based on the assumption that radioactive decay rates have been constant in the past. To quote again from The Answers Book: Some recent, though assumtpions, research has raised the interesting suggestion that c the speed of light has decreased in historical times.
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Are these foundational assumptions reasonable? Recent findings seem to indicate that though we ourselves have not been able to vary the decay rates by much in the laboratory, the decay rates may have been accelerated in the unobservable past . If this were the case, the first assumption would be deemed unreasonable. This would completely upset our current standardized view of earth's history. Dr Carl Wieland summarizes the recent findings: Certain crystals called zircons, obtained from drilling into very deep granites, contain uranium which has partly decayed into lead. By measuring the amount of uranium and 'radiogenic lead' in these crystals, one can calculate that, if the decay rate has been constant, about 1.
This is consistent with the geologic 'age' assigned to the granites in which these zircons are found. There is a significant amount of helium from that '1. This is at first glance surprising, because of the ease with which one would expect helium with its tiny, light, unreactive atoms to escape from the spaces within the crystal structure. There should hardly be any left, because with such a slow buildup, it should be seeping out continually and not accumulating. Drawing any conclusions from the above depends, of course, on actually measuring the rate at which helium leaks out of zircons.
This is what one of the recent RATE  papers reports on. The samples were sent… to a world-class expert to measure these rates. In fact, the results show that because of all the helium still in the zircons, these crystals and since this is Precambrian basement granite, by implication the whole earth could not be older than between 4, and 14, years. In other words, in only a few thousand years, 1. Russel Humphreys, Steven A. Godthe Father, sent His only Son to satisfy that judgment for those who believe in Him.