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No Found Source Of Coal Completely Lacks C14.

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Posted by Kenny Thornton on July 24, 2002 04:28:45 UTC

A specimen less than 50,000 years old should have too little C14 to measure. The youngest coal is supposed to be "Millions of years old...". Well, then how come EVERY SINGLE PIECE OF COAL FOUND HAS C14????

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