After all, if carbon dating says a frozen mastodon carcass is 20,000 years old, it must be the test that's wrong, since we know the Earth is only 6,000 years old.
That's why I gave a big hoot the other day when I read about the latest claim that Noah's Ark was found.
Yeung said he filmed inside the structure for about an hour. He brought back samples that were later tested in Iran.Got that? Carbon dating. The technique that has been resoundingly ridiculed by Creationists suddenly seems to be a precise tool when they want it to confirm their silly find.
They say the wood has been tested and carbon dates to around the time Noah was afloat.
What's it gonna be, guys? Either radiometric dating works, and your whole silly bag of creationist views fails, or it doesn't work, and you can't use it to prove your creationist "science." You can't have it both ways.