The crust of the earth moved 1657 miles during the last event at the close of the Pleistocene. That is almost 24° of latitude. My field experience has been limited to three tours of ancient sites. But I tried to make the most of those trips.
I'm not familiar with OSL dating so I best not comment.
In general, however, the dating issue is problematic. There have been controversial cases that were never resolved. In these cases (in Mexico and in Brazil) isotopic dating produced unwelcome results. The numbers conflicted with the beliefs and biases of the so called experts. It's an old story -- often repeated.
In my opinion, the education of scientists should include training in self examination so that scientists learn to recognize and set aside limiting beliefs and false assumptions.
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