Radio carbon dating inaccuracies updating toc in word
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Since 1947, scientists have reckoned the ages of many old objects by measuring the amounts of radioactive carbon they contain.
Despite this she continually uses the c14 dates to create 'absolute' chronologies.
The scientists who were trying to build the chronology found the tree rings so ambiguous that they could not decide which rings matched which (using the bristlecone pine).
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