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According to Prof Datuk Dr Mokhtar Saidin from Universiti Sains Malaysia’s Centre for Global Archaeological Research, the dating process that took place last week has a margin of error of plus or minus 30 years.
“One of the details that needed confirmation was the sex, despite initial observations suggesting the body was probably a female.
In the northwest Atlantic Ocean, however, it also shows the Island of Vinland, which has been taken to represent an unknown part of present-day Labrador, Newfoundland, or Baffin Island. Painter that firmly argued for the maps authenticity, connecting it with the Catholic Churchs Council of Basel (A. 1431-1449), which was convened a half-century before Columbuss voyage.
Text on the map reads, in part, By God's will, after a long voyage from the island of Greenland to the south toward the most distant remaining parts of the western ocean sea, sailing southward amidst the ice, the companions Bjarni and Leif Eiriksson discovered a new land, extremely fertile and even having vines, ... The map, drawn in ink and measuring 27.8 x 41.0 centimeters, surfaced in Europe in the mid-1950s, but had no distinct record of prior ownership or provenance in any famous library. Two scientific conferences, in 19, featured strong debates over the maps authenticity, but no final determination could be made based on the available facts.
So, when they die, they contain the same amount of Carbon 14 as their environment.
Scientists know that Carbon 14 has a half-life of 5,730 years, meaning that in 5,730 years, half of the Carbon 14 in a sample will turn into normal, non-radioactive carbon.
“We also need to determine her height, cause of death, and at what age she died.
While the lighter isotopes C has decayed that what remains can no longer be measured. In 5,730 years half of the C in the atmosphere, and therefore in plants and animals, has not always been constant.
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