Radon carbon dating
...[Some authors have said] they were "not aware of a single significant disagreement" on any sample that had been dated at different labs.
Thirty-one of the labs gave results that the British group called unsatisfactory.
The nitrogen atom, which began with seven protons and seven neutrons, is left with only six protons and eight neutrons.
As the number of protons decides the chemical nature of an atom, the atom now behaves like a carbon atom.
Surely 15,000 years of difference on a single block of soil is indeed a gross discrepancy!
And how could the excessive disagreement between the labs be called insignificant, when it has been the basis for the reappraisal of the standard error associated with each and every date in existence?