Carbon dating creation theory
The barrel represents the earth's atmosphere in which the carbon-14 accumulates.
Strahler presents a graph of the earth's dipole moment going back 9000 years.
Bucha, who has been able to determine, using samples of baked clay from archeological sites, what the intensity of the earth's magnetic field was at the time in question.
Even before the tree-ring calibration data were available to them, he and the archeologist, Evzen Neustupny, were able to suggest how much this would affect the radiocarbon dates.
The curve is roughly 180 degrees out of phase with the C-14 curve.
(Strahler, 1987, p.156) The idea [that the fluctuating magnetic field affects influx of cosmic rays, which in turn affects C-14 formation rates] has been taken up by the Czech geophysicist, V.