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Posted by Aaron Viviano on September 28, 2002 02:48:08 UTC

I have only heard of something rfuting the snail age thing... Which I didn't post I think... Any way I consider Carbon dating to be usless when one goes back more than a 1000 years. It just becomes to inacurate. One must, in creation theory, understand that before the flood the atmosphere was different. In the sense that it was much more compact, this due from the layer of water (most likely gas, but it could have been soild, if the conditions were right) above the atmosphere. So with the different atmophere the effect on carbon 14 was different than now. Sorry I can't remeber the specifics.

Oh also if you carbon date a dinosuar bone it comes up with 25,000 - 50,000 years old... hm...

-Aaron

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