Carbon dating industrial revolution

26-Mar-2017 17:37

The surface of the earth is divided into dry land and oceans, the dry land occupying c.57.5 million sq mi (148.9 million sq km), and the oceans c.139.5 million sq mi (361.3 million sq km).

The earth is surrounded by an envelope of gases called the atmosphere, of which the greater part is nitrogen and oxygen.

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Earth is very good at recycling waste, but people are generating far more than earth can cope with.

Air pollution infects the environment and threatens the health of all who inhabit the earth.

According to the United Nations, "The estimations we have now tell us there are 3.5 million premature deaths every year caused by household air pollution, and 3.3 million deaths every year caused by outdoor air pollution." Carbon footprint is the measure of direct or indirect CO2.

(Ham et al., page 72.) As with Assertion 1, Assertion 2 fails to account for the tree-ring calibration which is a routine part of modern radiocarbon dating.

Although no convincing argument for a change in the speed of light over time has been made, the question is irrelevant to the validity of tree-ring calibrated radiocarbon dates.

Earth is very good at recycling waste, but people are generating far more than earth can cope with.

Air pollution infects the environment and threatens the health of all who inhabit the earth.

According to the United Nations, "The estimations we have now tell us there are 3.5 million premature deaths every year caused by household air pollution, and 3.3 million deaths every year caused by outdoor air pollution." Carbon footprint is the measure of direct or indirect CO2.

(Ham et al., page 72.) As with Assertion 1, Assertion 2 fails to account for the tree-ring calibration which is a routine part of modern radiocarbon dating.

Although no convincing argument for a change in the speed of light over time has been made, the question is irrelevant to the validity of tree-ring calibrated radiocarbon dates.

However, the earth is not an exact sphere, being slightly flattened at the poles and bulging at the equator.