Perry, why do you expect US to teach YOU about a subject you clearly already consider yourself to be well informed about to make sweeping statements about?
Inrainbow, who is the "US" that you are referring to? Are you more than one person(ality)? Tell those demons in there to hush up! ;-)
I'm not a scientist. So, like most people I rely on Universities as one source of reliable information. This is what I did. Here:
The carbon-14 forms at a rate which appears to be constant.
Don't you know how they calibrate C14 dating? If you don't, how can you say it is inaccurate?
Of course I don't, that's why I asked to explain it since the statement seems to be in conflict with the statement from the University of Georgia above. I never said that it was inaccurate, someone else said that I said that. I am unconvinced at this point though.
I asked some questions to support the seemingly conflicting statements with U of G and so far all that's been done is accuse me of "bluster and evasion". That is not an answer. It appears to be the exact thing that I'm accused of.
Let me put the questions to you in a numbered fashion and then you can respond to them one by one, OK?
1. If the University of Georgia says that the rate of C14 production is constant and other sources say that they are not, which one is true?
2. Do you think that the premises of the U of G and the other sources than I'm sure you'll find that disagree would sometimes produce a different result from each other in their C 14 tests?
3. For the sources that claim that calibration is needed, do you think that their preconceived notions of age affect the calibration process?
4. Why do C14 labs ask the ones submitting samples to tell them the "expected" age?
5. Can you explain the 'science" behind the calibration process?
6. Do you think that the scientists in charge of the soft tissue in the dinosaur bones in the video clip I presented above, would ever in a "million years" allow that soft tissue to be C14 dated in blind tests? Or, would hell freeze over first?
Again, I'm not a scientist. I have learned to question those who claim to have some sort of title deed to truth apart from God's Word though.