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Why One-Size-Fits-All Radiocarbon Dating Doesn’t Work


Which is more trustworthy: carbon-14 dating or reliable eyewitnesses? Conventional dating methods aren’t as straightforward as they seem. In this episode, Dr. Jim Johnson investigates Viking bones, radiocarbon dating, and how we should determine the timeline of historical events.

     

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