g. As SOON as they discovered Radio-Carbon Dating they also realized that it was flawed. Not years later... IMMEDIATELY.
Is that why they are still teaching it in schools as the preferred and most accurate way to date things?
So even by your "standards" of 4,000 years being the cap of viability, it still wouldn't work for dinosaurs that are millions of years old.
You're still assuming that radiometric and other types of dating are accurate.
And if were going by the carbon dating method, it it reasonable to assume that Dinosaurs could have existed right up until the great flood. Which we think was sometime around 4-5,000 BC. This would also explain why they are buried so deep under sediment.
I would like to see your studies though.
just type in flaws of carbon dating into google.
edit on 1-3-2011 by freedish because: (no reason given)