Method of fractionation dating
This convention is necessary in order to keep published radiocarbon results comparable to each other; without this convention, a given radiocarbon result would be of no use unless the year it was measured was also known—an age of 500 years published in 2010 would indicate a likely sample date of 1510, for example.
where the δ13C value remaining in the equation is the value for the sample itself.
First “discovered” by eminent psychologists Sigmund Freud and then later further developed by the Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) founder John Grinder, it was first adapted to be used in dating and seduction by hidden experts in the seduction subculture.
The technique was first only used within the confines of the seduction underground, but when it received mass media attention (partly due to the expose of the seduction community by Neil Strauss, or known as “Style” in the community) through his New York Times bestseller “” which provides the ultimate shortcut to seduction success.
The extreme measurements included one with a maximum age of under 4,400 years, and another with a minimum age of over 4,500 years.
It is also possible for laboratories to have systematic errors, caused by weaknesses in their methodologies.