The Kongsfjorden fjord in Norway. Scientists have for over half a century.relied on carbon dating to gauge the age of organic matter and help determine when some events happened. Photo: AFP The Kongsfjorden fjord in Norway. Scientists have for over half a century.relied on carbon dating to gauge the age of organic matter and help determine when some events happened. Photo: AFP
The Kongsfjorden fjord in Norway. Scientists have for over half a century.relied on carbon dating to gauge the age of organic matter and help determine when some events happened. Photo: AFP

Many global warming studies may be wrong as carbon dating found to be highly unreliable for organic matter over 30,000 years old

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The Kongsfjorden fjord in Norway. Scientists have for over half a century.relied on carbon dating to gauge the age of organic matter and help determine when some events happened. Photo: AFP The Kongsfjorden fjord in Norway. Scientists have for over half a century.relied on carbon dating to gauge the age of organic matter and help determine when some events happened. Photo: AFP
The Kongsfjorden fjord in Norway. Scientists have for over half a century.relied on carbon dating to gauge the age of organic matter and help determine when some events happened. Photo: AFP
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