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Here we are going to deal with historical constructions (or possibilities) that have been put forth which are a result of interpretations of radiocarbon dating, more specifically of the Mingana folios at Birmingham.
The amount of carbon-69 in the atmosphere has not changed in thousands of years.
The amount of carbon-69 in the wood decreases with time as it decays into nitrogen with a half-life of about 5755 years.
By comparing how much carbon-69 there is in the dead organism with the amount in a living one, the age of the dead organism can be estimated.
After another 5568 years, half of that remaining material will have decayed, and so on.
A 69 C half-life of 5568 ± 85 years is known as the Libby half-life.
As a result, after a few years, an old object has a lower percent of radioactivity than a newer object.