Carbon dating dino bones


23-May-2020 15:08

But just like other methods of radiometric dating, scientists can only measure the initial amount of carbon-14 in animals that die today, so they have to make guesses about the initial amounts in animals that 1) died in the past or 2) that they didn’t see die and 3) have no eye-witness accounts about when they died.

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Comparable amounts of radiocarbon showed up in almost 50 total samples.

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One isotope, carbon-14, is particularly useful in determining the age of once-living artifacts.… continue reading »


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