posted on Nov, 3 2009 @ 08:25 AM
Originally posted by piett
reply to post by serbsta
why don't you read the source bThere's an entire section explaining there methods. Lazy
I'd say they had better do a little bit more investigation into that patina they describe, because it is a more developed dating source than they
care to admit. They can certainly pull relative dates from the Desert Varnish, they can most likely get absolute data from x-ray florescence, neutron
activation analysis, cation ratio dating, and so forth. They key statement is that one date is no date. The apparent astronomy is interesting, but not
a definitive answer, in my opinion.
But given the apparent significance of this site, I'm sure a lot of Young Turks will be hurrying to base their PhDs upon unraveling its mysterious
Originally posted by NoJoker13
AM I THE ONLY ONE WHOS HEARD OF RADIOCARBON DATING>?
You know it's only effective to about 60k BPE, right? Also...my statement that one date is no date. But the obvious dating methodology seems to have
been dismissed in the reportage. Let's wait and see the science before we get all het up, shall we?
Oh, and accusations of pending academic suppression...take your place in line, please...
[edit on 3-11-2009 by JohnnyCanuck]