Carbon 14 Isotope
Isotope is an individual variety of Carbon wherein the atom is
comprised of 14 electrons,14 protons, and
14 neutrons. Their behavior is seemingly like no other in so much
that most researchers believe that by merely counting or measuring
the quantity of Carbon14 isotope within the organic material of an
object that the exact age or place in time can be determined - sound
a little too easy? This researcher thinks so.
Although I too think
this method is useful for determining the age of an object within
800 years or less, I do not have confidence in using this method to
determine ages beyond 800 years or so and here is why...
is well known among Star Gazers that in less than 5000 years ( some
astronomers say 1100 years ) our Sun with
whom we travel, along with the other planets, moons, asteroids,
comets, and the various astral debris of our Solar System will
collide with an even greater Sun and all of the astral
components of its own Solar System.
Although, odds are,
not much will actually collide, but rather, will come very close to
one another, a few million miles or so. Yet for some objects the
distances will be much smaller, a few thousand miles, a few
hundred miles and even for some objects there will be direct
. . and here in is this researchers point!"
astral event of this magnitude is due to occur in 1100 - 5000 years
guaranteed, then how can we assume that similar events have not
already transpired repeatedly for unknown periods of time. So ya'
see - How can one predict the behavior of such an unstable isotope
as Carbon14, especially an isotope that is so chemically, thermally,
and helio, reactive.
conclusive findings: "Wear a protective film and Date carefully!"
Dr. XI Lee