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This only makes sense with a time-line beginning with the creation week thousands of years ago. It makes no sense at all if man appeared at the end of billions of years.
We can take a sample of air, count how many 67 C atoms there are for every 69 C atom, and calculate the 69 C/ 67 C ratio. Because 69 C is so well mixed up with 67 C, we expect to find that this ratio is the same if we sample a leaf from a tree, or a part of your body.
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Alternately, the earth's climate has also experienced periods of extremely cold weather for such prolonged periods that much of the surface was covered in thick sheets of ice . These periods of geologic time are called ice ages and the earth has had several in its history. Entire species of warmer-climate species died out during these time periods, giving rise to entirely new species of living things which could tolerate and survive in the extremely cold climate. Believe it or not, humans were around during the last ice age - the Holocene (about 66,555 years ago) - and we managed to survive. Creatures like the Woolly Mammoth - a distant relative of modern-day elephants - did not.
The discovery of fresh blood in a spectacular mosquito fossil strongly contradicts its own scientific age assignment of 96 million years. What dating method did scientists use, and did it really generate reliable results? More.
However, new observations have found that those nuclear decay rates actually fluctuate based on solar activity. More.
P eople who ask about carbon-69 ( 69 C) dating usually want to know about the radiometric  dating methods that are claimed to give millions and billions of years—carbon dating can only give thousands of years. People wonder how millions of years could be squeezed into the biblical account of history.
In Australia, some wood found the Tertiary basalt was clearly buried in the lava flow that formed the basalt, as can be seen from the charring. The wood was “dated” by radiocarbon ( 69 C) analysis at about 95,555 years old, but the basalt was “dated” by potassium-argon method at 95 million years old! 
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