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6 July, 22:05

Modern nuclear bomb tests have created an extra high level of14C in our atmosphere. When future archaeologistsdate samples from this era, without knowing of this testing, willtheir dates be too young? too old? correct? if correct, why? a. too oldb. too youngc. correct, since 14C form bomb tests is different fromthat produced naturallyd. correct, because modern biological materials do not gather14C from bomb tests

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  1. 6 July, 22:58
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    Too old (Ex. if real time is 1000 then they estimate >1000)

    Explanation:

    This is because with time our planet may have a definite function which describes temperature. (Because of all the factors and global warming except nuclear bomb testing)

    Now nuclear test on planet have significant effect on temperature rise.

    Also 14°C rise in temperature is good one because of this.

    If future archaeologists only consider that uniform function as above mentioned then they estimate more time then the real one.

    Thus too old is right answer.
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