Libby, the son of farmer Ora Edward Libby and his wife, Eva May (née Rivers), attended the University of California at Berkeley, where he received a bachelor’s degree (1931) and a doctorate (1933).After graduation, he joined the faculty at Berkeley, where he rose through the ranks from instructor (1933) to assistant professor (1938) to associate professor (1945).All scientists can do, and all they have done, is test the carbon levels in a few areas of our atmosphere, and everything else is the same.
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If you find only 1/4th of the C14 in the object, it would have been through 2 half-lifes, and would be approximately 11,400 years old, and so on; however, there are many serious problems with this that are almost Let's say you were going to find a consistent number of grasshoppers in the world -- how would you begin?
In 1940 he married Leonor Hickey, by whom he had twin daughters.
In 1966 he was divorced and married Leona Woods Marshall, a staff member at the RAND Corporation of Santa Monica, Calif.
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One cannot even conceive of how such a task could be accomplished with mankind's limited ability, and that is for something we can see (e.g.
grasshoppers), let alone what is invisible to the naked eye (e.g. No consistent amount of C14 has ever been calculated in the atmosphere, nor is it possible for mankind to do such a thing without having a device that, at minimum, spanned the circumference of the atmosphere.
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