If it is not, then that is prima facie evidence that coal is not millions of years old.Evolutionists routinely dismiss claims of radiocarbon in coal, diamonds and dinosaur bones, because they already “know” from secularism’s moyboy dogma that these substances “are” millions of years old. An article in Phys Org claims that radiocarbon dating is becoming more unreliable as carbon emissions increase. Fossil fuel emissions could soon make it impossible for radiocarbon dating to distinguish new materials from artefacts that are hundreds of years old. Fossil fuels like coal and oil are so old that they contain no carbon-14.
(This is one of several ways they have to escape falsification.) If coal and these other substances do contain radiocarbon, though, burning them into the atmosphere should not affect radiocarbon dates (at least to the degree they are concerned about).
The article does, however, point out some of the assumptions that go into any dating method.
But in the 1950s and 60s, nuclear weapons testing caused a sharp increase.
Since then atmospheric observations show the levels have been dropping, and are now close to the pre-industrial proportions.
In radiocarbon dating terms this makes the atmosphere appear older, which is reflected in the tissues of plants taking in during photosynthesis, and their products such as cottons.At the rate fossil fuel emissions are currently increasing, by 2050 a new T-shirt would have the same radiocarbon date as a robe worn by William the Conqueror a thousand years earlier.
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