Heat and pressure recrystallizing the minerals in rock into new mineral combinations. Some believe it happened over long periods of time, others believe it happened over short periods of time.
The fossil must have once been living and must still contain carbon.
The daughter isotope is formed from the decay of the parent isotope.
Rate of decay has not changed; system has been closed from the beginning; there was no daughter material present in the beginning
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