Therefore, Carbon-14 is not relevant to such issues as how old the earth is, or how long ago such creatures as the dinosaurs lived, or even of the most ancient early human remains.You imply in your question that this method is extremely inaccurate. It is possible to take samples whose age we know from other sources (dates of pottery shards, dates of destruction of cities and so forth) and the method turns out to be accurate to within less than ten percent.Have you every noticed the amazingly coincidental similarity between these two names - Jesus Christ and Lord Krishna - and asked yourselves, why the names of two major religious figures in two major religious are exactly the same?Have you every looked at the evolution of religions and wondered if it's possible that Christianity is actually derived from Hinduism (partly the story of Lord Krishna)?If one can assume that the level of C-14 in the air is approximately constant, then one can take the amount of C-14 in any sample of organic matter and calculate how long ago the material was alive.The calculation and even the method are quite simple and are a standard technique used today to date archaeological finds.by Helen Fryman Question: What about radiocarbon dating? Response: I asked several people who know about this field. (1.) C14 dating is very accurate for wood used up to about 4,000 years ago.
The fact is that this isotope has a half life of about 5,740 years.Libby, the discoverer of the C14 dating method, was very disappointed with this problem.He understood that archaeological artifacts were readily available.Dates up to this point in history are well documented for C14 calibration.For object over 4,000 years old the method becomes very unreliable for the following reason: Objects older then 4,000 years run into a problem in that there are few if any known artifacts to be used as the standard.Example: wood found in a grave of known age by historically reliable documents is the standard for that time for the C14 content.