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After death, the carbon-14 would begin to decay at the rate stated above. The accuracy of this method, however, relies on several faulty assumptions.
There is then a ratio of carbon-14 to carbon-12 in the bodies of plants, humans, and other animals that can fluctuate, but will be fixed at the time of death. The premise behind the method is to determine the ratio of carbon-14 left in organic matter, and by doing so, estimate how long ago death occurred by running the ratio backwards.
Carbon has a weight of twelve atomic mass units (AMUs), and is the building block of all organic matter (plants and animals).
A small percentage of carbon atoms have an atomic weight of 14 AMUs. Carbon-14 is an unstable, radioactive isotope of carbon 12.
We believe that since evolutionists expect certain rocks to yield dates that agree with their theory, no laboratory will publish dates that are wildly out of whack, or they wouldn’t get paid for producing a result that would be hotly contested as experimental error.
Woodmorappe shows that even the published results are enough to render the method as unreliable.