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5.0 out of 5 stars Find out how we find out how old things are, 6 Jun 2008
The Age of Everything is fantastic, covering the Maya calendars, dating the great Pyramids using the stars, C14 dating (how it works, the problems and how they are addressed), other radio nucleotide dating methods and finally how to date the universe using microwaves and supernovae. References abound, if a graph is shown, it has a reference to its source, each chapter has a further reading section and where to get the raw data from in many cases should you want to crunch the numbers yourself. This is one of the best science books I have ever read.
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The Age of Everything: How Science Explores the Past
The Age of Everything: How Science Explores the Past by M Hedman (Paperback - 19 Sep 2008)
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