Do science books say anything about carbon14 dating or not
Hodgins, who is an assistant research scientist in the UA's department of physics and an assistant professor at the UA's School of Anthropology, is fascinated with the manuscript. People are doing statistical analysis of letter use and word use – the tools that have been used for code breaking.
But they still haven't figured it out." A chemist and archaeological scientist by training, Hodgins works for the NSF Arizona Accelerator Mass Spectrometry, or AMS, Laboratory, which is shared between physics and geosciences.
An alien language But a second, closer look reveals that nothing here is what it seems.
The humming sound of machinery fills the room and provides a backdrop drone for the rhythmic hissing of vacuum pumps.
Carbon-14 is found in the atmosphere within carbon dioxide gas.