For examples, see the section ‘Other factors affecting carbon dating’ from Chapter 4 ‘What about carbon dating?
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Thus researchers must calibrate the clock to account for these fluctuations, and that can be a challenge.’ Besides these regular changes, which secular scientists try to take into account, there was a unique event in earth’s history that also greatly upset the carbon balance, but which the scientific establishment refuses to take into account when calibrating the carbon-dating method. There was massive worldwide volcanism during the Flood, with massive volumes of dust, COC in the atmosphere would thus have become greatly diluted during the Flood, and would have remained low for many centuries, as the level gradually built up again towards equilibrium.
Animals and plants in the immediate post-Flood centuries would have absorbed and ingested less C may have been increasing, albeit very gradually.
I found the entry for the BGS-43 wood sample you referred to in the table at Brock University. The entry includes the comment ‘The “Calculated Age” is ~ 3000 yrs into the future.
For those with the inclination, abundant evidence is available with which they can verify to themselves the unreliability of radiometric dating methods, including the carbon method.The blue line on that graph represents a mythical uniformitarian ideal that has not existed in the short period that records of atmospheric isotope levels have been kept.And yet the edifice of carbon dating basically relies on extrapolating this romanticized straight blue line 50,000 years into the past! Carbon dating began in the late 1940s and some of the first things to be carbon dated were Egyptian artefacts, including the coffin of Pharaoh Djoser.Rere tere ki te anamata: Tekau ngā auahatanga kia toitū ake te ao/Speed-dating the future: Ten innovations for a more sustainable world presents such transformative thinking as bio-plastics from bees, circular economy frames for houses, lowering the voting age to 16, green criminology and next-generation photovoltaics."Twenty years from now, the idea that someone looking for love won't look for it online will be silly, akin to skipping the card catalog to instead wander the stacks because 'the right books are found only by accident'." -Wired Magazine.