> You are using one set of fringe writers to back up
> what another fringe writer claims.
> Might as well ask Pat Robertson about ancient
You just buried yourself. The quote I gave is from Richard Firestone a nuclear physicist, Allen West PhD and Warwick-Smith a geologist. They are not fringe writers and it's funny you think they are. I'm pretty sure they have a firmer grasp on C14 dating than you do.
> If the above is all you know about C14, it's no
> wonder you hold a worldview that is utterly
The above wasn't what I knew, it's what the 3 authors knew. So how would your expertise exceed theirs? This board is "Mysteries" not "Comedies".
> > > Was there some sort of environmental calamity
> > > every year?
> > You have no idea what catastrophes there were,
> > testing that has been performed nor the info
> > written about it.
> > > Animals die. When they die in the tundra,
> > > sometimes get frozen.
> > >
> > > There was no "flash" freezing, and there's
> > nothing
> > > at all unusual about these mammoths nor the
> > > contents of their mouths/stomachs.
> > Except for the magnetic grains in the tusks and
> > the black mat covering.[/quote]
Citation is the 3 authors I quoted, who tested at Lawrence Livermore & NASA labs and other labs. Imagine that! particles from tusks being tested by the best labs, what a concept. The black mat which evidently is news to you, is discovered, excavated and unexplained and therefore 'cited' by more than one archaeologist. Like I said, you have a lot of catching up to do and I'm not doing the work for you.
> So, why don't you check Hancock's source on this?
> That's what I did and that's how I know it's
Do you mean Hancock's source on frozen mammoths? I don't care what it is because I don't think he's an expert on the subject and I haven't read all his books. If you think he has a credible source then you cite it. Meanwhile I'm going with those who have actually investigated.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 27-Dec-15 02:43 by Audrey.