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Researchers Introduce "Non-Destructive" Carbon Dating.

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2 points · 8 years ago

About time. My dating of carbon based life forms has always ended in destruction.

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1 point · 8 years ago

In this case the carbon based dating pool probably does not want you. Sorry.

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The gas slowly and gently oxidizes the surface of the object to produce carbon dioxide for C-14 analysis without damaging the surface.

So... they... damage the surface without damaging the surface?

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Will this mean the Shroud of Turin will be dated again?

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Creationist dont even blink.

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