Pearson is an assistant professor of dendrochronology at the University of Arizona who studies the past lives of trees to better understand the history of civilizations.Dendrochronology and radiocarbon dating have intertwined histories, she explains, with roots firmly planted at the UA.
The proof is so overwhelming that it shatters everything we pretend to know about our history to pieces.It is correcter to say that the original foundations are that old.But when they die, a clock starts ticking, which is the radioactive decay of the C-14.The clock begins at death because no more C-14 is coming in.In 79AD, Vesuvius erupted, destroying the cities of Herculaneum and Pompeii.
In Herculaneum, the inhabitants were incinerated when a single pyroclastic surge hit the town.
After another 5,730 years, we have 1/4 pound of C-14, etc.
After 8 to 10 half-lives, radioactivity decreases so greatly that effectively, the clock stops.
There is no holistic consensus in science when you combine all disciplines together to one, they contradict each other.
Current scientific ideas like the cause of ice ages, the Global Warming dogmas, but also the dating methods of ancient structures appear to be based on false evidence, hence are completely wrong.
This radioactive form of carbon reacts with oxygen to form carbon dioxide, a gas in our atmosphere. Animals eat plants, and some animals eat other animals, so a very small part of living bodies is made of radioactive C-14.