|The technique was originally used for radioactive carbon dating (figuring out how old rocks and fossils are), but these days it's also used to measure human contributions to greenhouse gases present in the atmosphere. Because carbon dioxide from |
|Traces of dino blood, soft tissue found even in junk dino bones. Science News Online, June 9, 2015. S. Perkins. Soft tissue in fossils still mysterious. Science News. Vol. ... Read it right here in Science News. DrElsarAmosOrkan • 2 months ago. Worthy|
|Science Home · Archaeology · Air & Space · Planet Earth · Wild Nature · Natural Science · Dinosaurs · Slideshows .... As for 66-77 million, the article said 72 mill by the way, the reality is that our carbon dating has already been proven to be|
|Carbon dating technology was used to find the age of the fossils, which included five children. Other archaeological sites around the world have also thrown up surprises. A mass grave uncovered outside Athens, for example, includes a group of skeletons |
|They are Junk Scientists. They have no idea of when or how someone started a document unless they are doing carbon dating or dating based on scientific or historical data such as the type of ink used during a particular era. They have no idea how long|
|"Some of it was just, oh our ability to detect EDTA, chemical tests have been refined, but some of the more interesting ones were these scientists with things like radiocarbon dating and DNA ageing, it's called, where you can actually look at somebody|
|"There is some skepticism, which is warranted," Bell told Live Science. Meteorites or chemical processes might have caused the odd carbon ratios, she said, so the isotopes alone aren't proof of life. Since the publication of the 2015 paper, Bell said|
|Day four of the World Science Festival was by far the busiest day of the five-day event, as thousands of people flocked to spend their Saturday at South Bank to enjoy fun and interactive science. Bright and early this morning, Dr Karl, one of Australia|
|New carbon aging tests were done on bones first discovered in the caves south of Old Crow, Yukon, in the 1970s. ... Most early presence sites are dated to 14,000 years ago, the time most archeologists think humans first came to North America. ... When|
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