Problems with using carbon dating
Overview of Methods Superposition Stratigraphy Dendrochronology Radiocarbon C14 Radiometric Dating Methods Obsidian Hydration Dating Paleomagnetic/Archaeomagnetic Luminescence Dating Methods Amino Acid Racemization Fission-track Dating Ice Cores Varves Pollens Corals Cation Ratio Fluorine Dating Patination Oxidizable Carbon Ratio Electron Spin Resonance Cosmic-ray Exposure Dating This is an excellent overview of dating methodologies, and is a chapter in a textbook on Archaeology.
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A speculative research paper examining current evidence available on Neanderthal man with comparison to references in early manuscripts of the Nephilim an ancient race of half-breed humans.
The argument is presented that the scientific facts verify that the Neanderthal were in fact one and the same as the ancient warrior race Neanderthal man has become an enigma to science once being hailed as the proof of the evolution of apes to modern man.
The skull was unlike anything seen before, having a flattened cranium with a heavy brow ridge above large eye sockets.
Nearby, workers also uncovered an assortment of thick and heavily fossilized bones.
When more finds came to light with what also appeared to be rickets, it was considered far too much of a coincidence and for lack of any other explanation they became relegated to a sub-human category.
The French palaeontologist Marcellin Boule, concluded walked stooped forward which fitted in with the then new current thinking of Darwins evolutionary theory of the origin of man (these new assumptions were made post Darwinism 1859).
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Algae can be used to harness the carbon dioxide, nitrogen, make oxygen and be refined for biofuel.
Cyanobacteria is the most common type of microalgae used for biofuel (“Massachusetts company making,” 2011) The biofuel from algae can be cost effective, only costing ten to twenty dollars a barrel to produce....
Nearly one third of anthropogenic carbon dioxide is being absorbed by the oceans today(Science Daily, May 24, 2008) .
Uptake of carbon dioxide by the oceans is not a harmful phenomenon , but excess of it leads to a reduction in p H thereby altering the fundamental seawater chemistry, commonly known as ocean acidification .... Guillermo Gonzalez for sending me the issue of BAR with the Shroud article last November and encouraging me to act on it.