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After All Those Years... | Archaeologist Found A Hundred Thousand Year Old Jawbone Of A Female How Do They Know It Was A Woman's Jaw? It Was Still Moving.. | image tagged in memes,women talking,archaeologist,women,women don't know when to shut up | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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how long did it take to type that
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It would be roughly six or seven thousand years old at most
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The techniques used to measure the ratios between radioactive isotopes and their decay products are in-fact good techniques. However, when used to measure age, they have several faulty assumptions. Two bad assumptions in particular are that the exact ratio at the beginning of decay was known, and that the ratio of materials was not changed by any outside influence.
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Yes we do know the exact ratio, and there are no outside influences that influence decay rates.
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You aren't backing up your points, only restating them.

As far as knowing the exact ratio between Carbon 14 and Carbon 12 (I'm using this as an example, most other radioisotopes have the same problem), we assume that the ratio of Carbon 14 to Carbon 12 in the atmosphere was a certain ratio thousands of years ago, but this cannot possibly be verified, because nobody can go back and directly measure that ratio.

Regarding outside influence, I would agree that the decay rates themselves cannot be changed by outside influences. However, outside influences can affect the ratio materials in various samples. If more C14 or C12 gets into a sample, then that would obviously skew the results quite a bit
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