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Again, the idea is that less cosmic radiation means less radiocarbon in the atmosphere, and less radiocarbon in the atmosphere means artificially old dates.
Unfortunately, a lot of misinformation about radiocarbon dating has been circulated by individuals who have neither training nor hands-on experience in this area.
In the observatory became the Italian station of the Center for Backyard Astrophysics (Columbia University, New York) and of the VSNET Collaboration Team and a new field, destinated to have a great importance in the scientific carrier of the author, was started: the observation of asteroids and comets, especially near-Earth objects (NEOs).
About 20 asteroids were discovered (the first on Feb.
Assertion 3 is a special case of Assertion 1, and, like it, is false.
This idea is similar to Assertion 3, but suggests instead that the cosmic radiation was shielded in the past by a stronger magnetic field of the earth.
Although no convincing argument for a change in the speed of light over time has been made, the question is irrelevant to the validity of tree-ring calibrated radiocarbon dates.
As with variation in atmospheric radiocarbon concentration, the decay rate of radiocarbon in tree-ring calibration samples would be affected in exactly the same way as the decay rate of radiocarbon in the specimen to be dated.After 5 years, in the author started experimenting the first CCD imaging systems. The perspective of such a scientific event pumped new life into the activities of the author, who contacted the Santa Barbara Instrument Group (SBIG) for the loan of one of their CCD cameras and contribute to the study of that new comet. it provided excellent results, of course including the comet Hale-Bopp (its images were published by NASA and JPL on their own websites).The possibilities of this revolutionary techinque, suitable of serious scientific applications, looked truly impressive. Just to make all those images available to the community, on 30 Apr.the first great astronomical discovery: a new Mira variable star in Vulpecula, very close to the famous M27 “Dumb-bell” Nebula.At that point, a larger telescope (A C11 Losmandy G11) arrived, able to further support the scientific needs of what, since Nov, was going to become the Bellatrix Observatory. Since then, it is almost impossible to mention the many developments occurred.So, the final setup consists in the C14 and PW17 OTAs, both sitting a fully robotic Paramount ME mount.