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Private prosecutions as an alternative to publications

When you read a paper you disagree with, you have a number of options. The easiest is to shrug one’s shoulders and mutter darkly that nothing better could be expected from that lab. More productively, one can write a blog … Continue reading

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Time to recalibrate those radiocarbon dates?

Radiocarbon dating is probably the most important dating technique for palaeoecological research in the late Quaternary. One complication with 14C dating is that the concentration of 14C in the atmosphere has changed over time due to, for example, solar-driven changes … Continue reading

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