Radiocarbon dating failures
If it does not entirely contradict them, we put it in the footnote. Colinvaux, "The environment of the Bering land bridge," Ecological Monographs, Vol.And if it is completely 'out of date', we just drop it.'" https://books.google.com/books? 34, (1964), p.314."In this respect, Colinvaux admitted that in his own research he rejected over thirty percent of the radiocarbon dates he knew of in order to 'erect a chronology which is compatible with the known late Pleistocene and recent.'" This quote is online, but it is only reprinted in creationist materials ...In essence, no evidence from Carbon-14 dating can be fully incorporated by the establishment if it fails to support the dogma of these researchers.They simply do not believe it." https://books.google.com/books?Despite 35 years of technological refinement and better understanding, the underlying assumptions have been strongly challenged ...
The dates badly out of line were disregarded.'" https://books.google.com/books? 2000), p.45"' Human bias influences radiocarbon chronologies far more than is acknowledged. id=9x3VBw AAQBAJ&pg=PA48&lpg=PA48&dq=Data are, in fact, used in model construction (the models are fitted to the data observed) and only those dimensions of the data supporting model construction are considered&source=bl&ots=s Yu ANZ68aj&sig=EKg_2bbuupo DVv68VZYA2Fqbo U0&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ah UKEwixwev_8-7QAh VP22MKHXNb Az QQ6AEIGz AA#v=onepage&q=Data are, in fact, used in model construction (the models are fitted to the data observed) and only those dimensions of the data supporting model construction are considered&f=false Jean-Philippe Regaud, Jan F. (personal communication) has advised us that, in view of the discrepancy between these two dates (GSC 730-1 and GSC 730-2), new, small pieces of wood were taken from the same sample, burned to liberate the carbon dioxide, and then the radioactivity of the resulting gas was counted for just a few hours.
Ogden, the director of a radiocarbon dating laboratory in Wesleyan University in Ohio, stated that the investigator is first asked what date he will accept for the material he brings to be dated; then, when a figure is obtained that comes near this date, it is duly reported -- together with tolerance values -- to make the test appear honest." https://books.google.com/books?
id=m3RDCw AAQBAJ&pg=PT205&lpg=PT205&dq="archaeologists and laboratory technicians began to hammer out the exact history of the earliest Americans"&source=bl&ots=2SUTBt LL6U&sig=X6h7EJ4Nfi-x S4Nah-jr Qcjxau A&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ah UKEwjor Lu88O7QAh UOS2MKHa QRDIYQ6AEIGz AA#v=onepage&q="archaeologists and laboratory technicians began to hammer out the exact history of the earliest Americans"&f=false"Scientific Dating in Ruins - Charles Ginenthal", originally from 13. Hibben, "Radioactive Times," The Lost Americans, revised and updated (New York, 1968), pp.139-140."Frank C.
id=Pz78t Sw RAa UC&pg=PA226&lpg=PA226&dq="the investigator is first asked what date he will accept for the material he brings to be dated"&source=bl&ots=G0c6m W_yk H&sig=NDrqxebzk5WVt JVOh BLOU5HMMw4&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ah UKEwiu1NPe7-7QAh VN8WMKHf Ki DFQQ6AEIIDAB#v=onepage&q="the investigator is first asked what date he will accept for the material he brings to be dated"&f=false"Scientific Dating Methods in Ruins - Charles Ginenthal", from J.
Ogden, "The Use and Abuse of Radiocarbon," Annals of the New York Academy of Science 288 (New York, 1977): 173."J.The test processes are complicated and tedious, and human error is an ever-present possibility ...