This is a great summary of the impressions of Omlvee, and creates challenges for almost all of us. If I were good enough, and were willing to take the time, I'd examine:
1) the assumptions of the measurement algorythms in the instruments, including the scaling system used
2) the preparation of materials for observation
3) the selection of materials for observation
4) the display of results
5) the statistical analysis of the results
6) the synchronization of resultant dates with other non Carbon dating findings.
I think that Omlvee has at least considered all of these, but it would take me a great deal of time to go through them to my satisfaction--even with Omlvee guiding me all the way. That would be just for me. Others might well demand more.
Short of that, your summary certainly is provocative, but in need of further clarification.