Source: Answers In Genesis
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Monday, August 30, 2010
11-20-09 "chinks in evolution 1"
The carbon dating method is so outdated. Supposedly, scientists are able to measure the age isotopes of carbon in rock and come up with the age of the rock. One problem: When a natural disaster takes place, carbon isotopes “age” at a rapid rate. Take Mount Saint Helens. This venerable resident of northwest Unites States erupted less than half a century ago, yet when scientists used the carbon dating method on the rocks formed by the blast, the final number that they came up with was thousands of years! So much for that method. Perhaps the rocks at the bottom of the Grand Canyon are less than billions of years old after all. Next time your tour guide tell you that the interesting rocks you are looking at are 50 billion years old, keep this in mind and don’t take his word for it.