Notice how greatly the above data vary from the millions-of-years figures commonly proclaimed in Western media and textbooks.

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Thus a sample that dates to 40,000 years by C14 dating still has about 7 billion C14 atoms per mole of carbon.

This is still a large number of C14 atoms, and they had to come from somewhere!

Twenty thousand years is 3.49 half-lives of C14 because 3.49 times 5730 is 20,000.

In 20,000 years the concentration of C14 decreases by a factor of 0.089 (to less than a tenth) because (1/2) or about 7 billion C14 atoms in a mole of C12.

Extraordinary efforts were made to eliminate all contamination from the measuring apparatus.

These results were discussed in a recent Mary Schweitzer’s results shows that essentially all the remaining material in the dinosaur bone is original because she had no trouble finding these young appearing proteins.

In general, organic matter in the fossil record dates by C14 dating to 20,000 to 40,000 years.

Here are some specific results along this line; many more could be cited.

So why did two chairmen of the 2012 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting in Singapore delete one of the oral-presentation reports from their official website? The whole report was just deleted from public view, with no online explanation. The oral presentation by the Paleochronology group was given in 2012 but the total report was deleted by two chairmen of the conference. w=586" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-1800" src="https://livepterosaur.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/letter-from-asia-oceania-geosciences-society.jpg? w=676" alt="blunt explanation for censorship" srcset="https://livepterosaur.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/586w, https://livepterosaur.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/letter-from-asia-oceania-geosciences-society.jpg? The details given in the conference lecture itself included explanations for how contamination was avoided in the bone samples sent to the carbon-14 testing laboratory and much more.

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Carbon-14 dating was recently performed on dinosaur fossils,1 and the results were presented at the Western Geophysics Meeting in Singapore, August 2012, a gathering of approximately two thousand scientists.