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Radioactive carbon, as mentioned earlier, forms in the atmosphere from radiation striking nitrogen, and that radiation is randomly introduced into the atmosphere. Also, I have had evolutionists personally tell me that it is impossible to know for sure because the earth's magnetic field fluctuation also effects how much radiation comes through the atmosphere, so there again, the constant for C14 in the atmosphere today is a complete uniformitarian assumption.
In addition, even if it were possible to test for a constant level of C14 in the air, it would not be possible to test and prove that all life had the exact same amount.
For example, a ruler requires a constant inch with which to measure inches.
In the united States, we have a National Institute of Standards with which any company that develops a measuring tool can contact to get the standard measurements of an inch when they develop a ruler.
Let's say you and I were building framework for a house, but our tape measures were using two different standards for an inch.
We wouldn't be able to complete the project because nothing would fit together properly.
To demonstrate this concept more simplistically, let's scientifically analyze a candle and ask a few questions.
Even doing so, we must recognize some wax evaporates with the burning of the candle, irretrievably lost.
So we cannot determine a constant measuring standard, and we cannot verify that standard measurement in all life on earth, but now we get a uniformitarian assumption that even IF there was a standard, and IF we could verify all life for that standard, the evolutionist still C14 amounts and the half-life rate of C14 has been the same for thousands and millions of years.
It is not possible that anyone could know that unless you travel back in time and get accurate measurements for things we cannot measure!
If we turned on a garden hose and used that constant rate of water to fill up a barrel, but I drilled holes in the side of the barrel, the hose would begin to fill up the barrel, but as the water got higher, more of it would begin to leak out.
At a certain point, the water level would stay in place unless we turn up the rate of water or plugged up the holes.