Here is my interest in learning about the source of Carbon 14(The Stuff I think they use for Carbon Dating). I might even be asking the question wrong, but here goes.
Source of the Elements?
Does not science say that matter through fusion has brought to us the chemicals of the periodic table? And with each level of fusion the temperature grows raising the diameter of the inferno? Logically to me from this perspective could carbon elements have been created from the original black star of the universe? For if all matter explodes from a single location, does not logic say that as the original element grew hotter and hotter more of the elements where given to us?
Carbon Made Before the Big Bang?
Now if Carbon molecules survived within this inferno of nuclear activity while the higher elements where in process, could not those same carbon elements gathered therefore some forms of Carbon 14? For truly from that perspective a carbon molecule would have much more intense receiving of radiation considering that all the stars of the universe pounded a specific molecule, yet after the expansion of the sky those elements would then receive less radiation? Would not a 100 thousand million extra stars change calculations figured for the rate of the single star used in the calculation for carbon 14 dating?
- Could Carbon 14 have been created before the Big Bang or did it only get created after the making of the world? Or something else all together?
Just curious, and want to learn. Thanks for helping me understand.