The conventional uniformitarian age for these
samples is well beyond 100,000 years (in
most cases it is tens to hundreds of millions
The samples include coal, anthracite, and
natural gas, as well as wood, shells,
foraminifera, and other fossils.
Precambrian graphite samples have carbon
14 ages of about 60,000 years!
Some of the researchers tried to explain this
carbon 14 as contamination, but none of their
attempts to clean it were successful.
Here we have additional evidence that samples alleged to be hundreds of millions of years old are in fact 60,000 years or less old.
If decay was accelerated the true age would be even less than 60,000 years.