Radio dating anomalies
And they did so pretty much by accident. Bell Labs' Holmdale Horn Antenna in New Jersey picked up an odd buzzing sound that came from all parts of the sky at all times. The noise puzzled Wilson and Penzias, who did their best to eliminate all possible sources of interference, even removing some pigeons that were nesting in the antenna. And it was indeed big. Penzias and Wilson had spotted the CMB, the predicted thermal echo of the universe's explosive birth. The two radio astronomers won the Nobel Prize in physics for their work, sharing the award with Soviet scientist Pyotr Kapitsa.
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Radio Carbon Dating
Radiometric Age Dating - Geology (U.S. National Park Service)
Foreword: The SCP Foundation has discovered a substantial number of items which are simply too useless to merit further attention. This document lists those items which have prompted some curiosity. It may be used as a resource should knowledge of these items become useful or necessary in the future. Due to the increasing number of items discovered by the Foundation, this list is no longer open for entries. For ease of archival, a second volume and a third volume to the log available. Item Description: An unbreakable lamp. Notes: This was one of the first items categorized as "Anomalous" and denied full SCP classification, due to lack of value in further research and little need for special containment.
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The Pitfalls of Radiocarbon Dating
Episode 4. Series finale: When a Terror bird reappears during an incursion, Connor is faced with a splintering anomaly. Meanwhile, Danny appears from the Rift Valley, with a warning for the team.
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