It would be in the best interest of the scholars who believe in the antiquity of the Dead Sea Scrolls to discredit the Moshe Leah Scroll because of its striking paleographic similarities to the Dead Sea Scrolls. If those scholars acknowledge it as authentic, however, the obvious conclusion would be that the Dead Sea Scrolls would have to be dated in the medieval era - after A.D. 500 - at the earliest, and the myth of the Dead Sea Scrolls’ antiquity will have run its course. Neil Altman is a Philadelphia-based writer who specializes in the Dead Sea Scrolls. He has a master’s degree in the Old Testament from Wheaton Graduate School in Wheaton, Ill., and was an American Studies Fellow at Eastern College
Yessir. We now have conclusive proof that radiocarbon dating is a fantasy. It's probably just a nutty idea somebody came up to get more funding.
Edit With apologies to Jim Davila, it was of course him, and not Jim West, I meant with regard to previous mention of Altman, as my edit reflects.