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Posted by Kenny Thornton on July 24, 2002 04:22:49 UTC

If the "infallible", "reliable" C14 "dating" is what you think it is, why do the forms issued by radioisotope laboratories for submission for samples to be "dated" ask how old the sample is expected to be?
(Are they trying to tell if it's a "good" date???)
OR DO THEY JUST KNOW THAT "DATING" TESTING OFTEN GIVES ANOMOLOUS NUMBERS THAT DON'T MATCH UP WITH YOUR "INFALLIBLE DATING SYSTEM"?

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