Carbon dating exposed
Based on these numbers as well as estimates for radiation dosages published by James F.
Furthermore, Pauling accounted for the fact that, as the population continued to grow, the number of people exposed to carbon-14 would also increase.
The clue lies inside the tooth, in an unsettling imprint made by atomic bombs.
In the decades after World War II, generations of schoolchildren practiced “duck and cover” drills, scrambling under their desks against the grim possibility of nuclear attack.
A hunter spied the skull in 1968 along the banks of the Nechako River near Vanderhoof, a small logging and farming village 500 miles north of Vancouver, British Columbia.
A pit stop between Prince George and Fraser Lake, the village lies in the heart of the province’s mountainous back country.