Notes From the Panarama of Science: Something Fishy About Radioncarbon Dating


Something Fishy about Radiocarbon-Dating Viking Bones

I t’s hard to understand why serious amounts of radioactive Carbon 14 are “missing” in Viking bones, unless one realizes that much of it was never there to start with.

Moreover, readers of the Creation Research Society Quarterly should appreciate how this radiometric dating controversy is relevant to how evolutionists study ancient origins. Indeed, conventional radiocarbon-dating methodology obscured the proper understanding of an archeological site in Repton, England, for more than three decades, illustrating how bad science corrupts our understanding of the otherwise knowable past.