Carbon dating of dinosaur fossils
This, of course, raises some ethical questions, but let's brush these aside for now.
We proceed with the examination of the research done by Miller and his fellow researchers from the CRSEF.
Dinosaurs are not dated with Carbon-14, yet some researchers have claimed that there is still Carbon-14 in the bones. Do these data indicate that a more accurate method needs to be derived?
Secular researchers routinely detect radiocarbon in carbon-containing materials like coal, oil, marble, and diamond—materials they would like to use as "carbon dead" standards.
The claims are really quite spectacular, when taken at face value, and therefore should be examined thoroughly.