Nonequilibrium Radiocarbon Dating Substantiated


Conventional radiocarbon versus dendrochronology dating logs have revealed systematic dis crepancies explained quantitatively by the nonequilibrium radiocarbon method shown to agree with Bible chronology. Dendrochronology would also agree with both if nonequilibrium radio carbon dating were used to calibrate 1t rather than equilibrium radiocarbon. Equations are given to substitute nonequilibrium for equilibrium radiocarbon dates.


Carbon dating


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