Answers in genesis radiocarbon dating
2700 2600 BCE, Libby reasoned that such an age should represent one half-life of C-14.
The C-14 dating indeed produced results which agreed with the established date of the pharaoh's reign.
This still requires either a fourfold increase in the decay of C-14, or a fourfold decrease in its creation in the atmosphere or its intake by life forms.
Option one can be discarded as there is no data which suggests that isotopic decay rates vary except perhaps under extraordinarily extreme conditions, and such conditions would be deadly to life on Earth.
We should also note Scott's caveat that this supposed concordance is only apparent via interpretation "within a Biblical framework which includes a global flood ...".
As we shall see, it takes considerably more than that to make carbon dating agree with YEC timescales.
(Scott seems oblivious to the extensive work done in calibrating C-14 dating methods.However, the first thing to note about Scott's article is that it contains no references to any scientific papers, publications, websites or even any creationist literature to support the assertions he makes.When discussing factors which affect C-14 levels and its uptake by living organisms, Scott merely glibly states his assertions and subsequent conclusions as fact.Stuiver also reported that C-14 concentration in the atmosphere did not vary throughout that long period by more than 10%.There's no mention of calibration data and correction factors in Scott's article, which might lead one to suspect that he's either totally unaware of them, or has deliberately omitted their existence. The various methods used to calibrate and correct C-14 dating make his arguments vanish into thin air.