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Radiocarbon dating of diamonds

This value of 0.2 p MC is very close to the value of 0.195 p MC found within Figure 1.

A global flood like the one described in the Bible would invalidate this assumption.

Could this be a clue that radioisotope “clocks” might have “ticked” at different rates in the past, and that this variation in “ticking” is different for different radioisotopes?

If so, this would explain the discrepancy between the radiocarbon method and other radioisotope techniques.

We find that about 18 such halvings are required for the p MC value to drop below 0.001 (Figures 1 and 2).