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3 thoughts to “Effects of Noah’s Flood on Carbon Dating

  • Jenn

    I love this article and I think it has some awesome points to consider. But I’m curious about the theory’s relating to the dinosaurs. How do they fit into this altered model of carbon dating?

  • Lee Pearson

    Dinosaur bones essentially have no carbon-14 in them, so they can’t be dated by radio-carbon methods. The science community believes this is because of the extreme age of these bones. But, according to the doctrine outlined in this paper, dinosaurs must have lived after the Fall of Adam, but probably died before or in Noah’s Flood. According to the theory and evidence discussed in this paper, there likely was no carbon-14 in the atmosphere before the Flood, and that would explain why there is no carbon-14 in dinosaur bones and why they can’t be dated thereby.

  • Scott Neily

    Just as where God lives time does not exist.

    How long were Adam and Eve in the garden? Know one knows because time didn’t exist there either. While in the garden, they were eternal beings.

    Everything outside the garden was subject to time. The dinosaurs may have existed while Adam and Eve were in the garden.

    When Cain was expelled he voiced concern about the other people. What other people was he referring to, his people or those who were similar to him.

    Hugh Nibly suggested that the Aborigines were related to the other people because their history shows their civilization dates back several thousand years, well past the time that Adam and Eve were expelled from the garden.

    Being in the garden would have protected them from anything happening in the world.

    Just a thought.


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