A geologist buddy of mine said while in college they Carbon dated a apple that was millions of years old. Every living thing takes in and expels Carbon 14 while it is alive. When the organism dies, the infusion is suspended and the level is reduced according to the decay, known as half-life. The amount of carbon 14 in the organism is measured or calculated and then compared to the presumed static level the organism maintain while alive; this comparison then tells us the relative age of the organism. The problem is that this age is based upon an assumption that an organism that lived thousands of years previous, of which there are no modern species to compare or develop a specific level of Carbon 14 from an environment we know nothing about. With this being said the problem is that to assume a level of Carbon 14 in an organism requires a precise determination of environment levels of the same. To presume a certain level of Carbon 14 in an organism is to know the amount of Carbon 14 in the air and environment. Scientists conducting this Carbon 14 dating assume that the amount in the environment hasn’t changed, but science has stated that the earth has undergone massive changes in the earth, ice ages…etc, but then again according to scientists the environment never changes. Well which is right? Science is confusing huh? No wonder evolution science taught in school can confuse a kid into thinking we evolved. Man ‘ol man.