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A web acquaintance who is a staunch creationist maintains that non-C14 radiometric dating is "unscientific" because it has "never been used to date material of a known historic provenance". I would like to offer evidence that might persuade him that he is in error in this instance. I cited the use of isotopes arising from nuclear testing in the dating of such things as ice bodies and aquifers, but I couldn't provide citations, just unsubstantiated memory. I would appreciate any help you might offer.
Re: Non-C14 radiometric dating of historical artifacts
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