Originally Posted by Peace Warrior
Could "contamination" by ground water affect the results of radiometric dating on a given sample supplied for such testing?
Are you suggesting that such "contamination" can not be readily identified in a sample and that researchers can not then correct for such error or eliminate the sample from the sample group altogether as biased due to external processes?
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Last edited by Geko45; 11-17-2012 at 09:10..