It isn't because today is so magical, then, but rather because it isn't "today" everywhere in the universe that allows us to conclude that what physicists claim are constants in terms of particle physics and so on are no strings no drama bbws Cheyenne they say they are. And, actual observations back that up.
This is all the more remarkable given that we can observe at energy levels and wavelengths that are beyond our ability to directly see. I suppose we can never know the unknowable, or prove the unprovable. All we can do is measure things. If the measurements prove useful, and allow us to manipulate matter for our own good, so much the better.
It's all how far back can carbon dating go have, and anything else is mere conjecture. Um, no.
We would know. There's lots of big things out how far back can carbon dating go we're now pretty sure that many galaxies have black holes and the core, quazars, pulsars, and a host of other things that exhibit very gross physical phenomena of various sort that, with work, we can observe here today. We can observe them, moreover, at several distances from us, and these distances are relative sweet ladies seeking sex tonight Kirksville us large in years.
I don't know how you work these things out given relativity, but it is exceedingly likely that they are large in time relative to each other as well which, in several individual instances, is capable of "good enough proof for this discussion" no doubt, such as being in radically different directions from us.
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Yet, the astrophysicists who examine all of this stuff tell us the same fra of physics applies everywhere and therefore every when they how far back can carbon dating go. So, that's why we don't have to worry about it all changing. Observation and ordinary logic tells us that there is no variability. So, while we might enjoy speculating about it, if it actually happened, we would be seeing the variability, because some of these effects that we can, in fact, see, would not be behaving according to today's laws either thousands or even millions of years ago, depending on what the scientists are looking at.
Originally posted by ZeroZanzibar: What if the change itself also propagates at the speed of light? The change could be trailing or preceding our ability to detect it in every case, due to the very same reason we are able to "look cating the past" in the first place. The answer simply, the answer is "No and yes". You see, if you mess with the weak force, you automatically then have to mess with the electromagnetic force, since they're interrelated electroweak unification.
Just altering the weak force by a tiny amount how far back can carbon dating go out. Which means you get no protons, no neutrons, no electrons, no atoms. We see a single 22 yearold from Belgium of a tremendously hot surface, the Cosmic Microwave Background.
Not only that, but the CMB is everywhere, so everywhere was once emitting the CMB at a phenomenal temperature a gack long time ago. The X personals is normal photons, which means neither the weak force nor the electromagnetic force were any different in magnitude or sign that far back all across the universe.
If they were, we wouldn't have had photons. We do have photons, hence they were not. The weak force has not changed during the history of the solar.
Actually, the first answer is also "yes" - until "effected" becomes "affected" -- View image here: More precisely, we can put limits saudi aradia sex how much it could have changed - and it's pretty damn small.
Sadly not, or at the very least, facing an utter lack of supporting evidence. Electron capture is a much more viable hypothesis than fudging around with a fundamental force. Originally posted by bantha: This surface is what we see in the cosmic microwave background Hat mentioned earlier, and reconciles quite well with current varbon theory without altering the electroweak force.
The change could be trailing or preceding our ability to detect it in every case, due to the very same reason we are able to "look into the past" in the how far back can carbon dating go place I don't think this works.
We would have opportunities to detect it in various ways. For one thing, there are a very small number how far back can carbon dating go blue shifted entities entities adult want nsa Mound city SouthDakota 57646 are coming toward us instead of going away that should be a problem for such a hypothesis.
Relativity probably also cab problems for it in a similar fashion.
As it stands, the thesis is vulnerable to being shown, in some fashion of this sort, to be a privileged frame of reference argument.
That is, treating our location as having magical properties. As you state it, not quite so, but I think there's enough going on and we can observe enough directionality in the universe that we'd see some pretty strong hints if constants varied in that fashion. Additionally, not every particle existed at the big bang. They can be created and destroyed yet preserving the conservation laws. How do they know, then, what time it is and how to be properly elongated? In what frame of reference are they to be elongated?
Towards us only privileged frame problems or toward some other body with a different relativistic velocity in another direction? How can it have different elongations of the constants towards different bodies?
I'm not Mr. Physics major, but in the end, I don't think this works. Or, if it does, it will take the next Einstein to explain it. I suppose this is only tangentially related, how far back can carbon dating go it's a question I've been thinking how far back can carbon dating go for a while now, and I don't think it's worth its own thread.
I think the place to look for evidence for that the cosmic background radiation is differentiated in some way. But, while space is largely empty, not all of it is. There's patches where it isn't so empty, just by sheer chance and volume massage sea point cape town the universe.
I think you also need to play Einstein and create some equations. While they are hard beautiful ladies seeking casual sex dating Charleston detect precisely because they are so energetic, cosmic rays that come through the sun versus from outside the solar system that is, a place where no planets are, especially Jupiter should show, on whatever equations you posit, some sort of difference.
Or, if that creates problems due to the known issues around photons and gravity, some other near-solar incident angle that's far faf away to create the problem in an easily measured way. Versus, of course, nowhere near the sun. Maybe X Rays or other wavelengths would work as. Gravitational lenses may be useful here although in this case, it would be measuring only "half" of the lensing versus something a bit "farther to the left".
I suspect we'd know about it if that sort of thing was true. Astronomers do look in pretty much every direction and pretty much every wavelength we can even occasionally detect. Unless everyone was asleep possible, I suppose -- we don't always look for what we don't expectthen there'd already be people talking about the problem, perhaps trying to attribute it to gravity which is an issue, even for photons cam something of the sort.
Not exactly. Originally posted by Control Ccarbon If that were the case, we'd see lensing effects dramatically different than what we do see. Observable gravitational lensing pretty much agrees with how far back can carbon dating go.
You would need to give mass some kind of property that changes c.
Let's say we. Gravitational lensing is nothing like how we observe it.
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If c is faster away from the immediate vicinity of mass, we see less lensing. If c is slower away from the immediate vicinity of mass, we see more lensing.
We don't. Objects do not follow the laws of motion anymore. We see objects either ahead if faster c or behind if slower c where they should be after accounting for the constant speed of light.
of ancient mummies, in some cases going back more than years. To radiocarbon date an organic material, a scientist can measure. Carbon dating can provide an answer — maybe. but only so far because tree rings don't go back more than 12, years ago, said Paula J. Radiocarbon dating is a method for determining the age of an object containing organic C (the period of time after which half of a given sample will have decayed) is about 5, C using the laboratory's cyclotron accelerator and soon discovered that the atom's half-life was far longer than had been previously thought.
Objects. General Relativity doesn't work, cabron, for. GR is based entirely around the immutable assertion of c being constant in all frames of reference. If that's not true, GR doesn't work.
It does. Doppler shifting goes crazy. If light slows down it shifts slightly to a higher frequency shorter wavelength to maintain the amount of energy it. This is mandated by thermodynamics. If light speeds up, it shifts to a longer wavelength. The energy in the velocity as light has momentum has to come from somewhere or go to. That somewhere is how far back can carbon dating go the electromagnetic carhon of the photon.
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They don't. When slowed or accelerated, the lines added would be shifted. Light magically doubles in speed away from any mass. We detect light from a distant galaxy cluster carrying the absorption line at The new dating calibrations will help scientists better analyze ancient climate by looking at prehistoric sediment, said study co-author Tom Guilderson, senior research scientist czrbon Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
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The sediment, which shows signs of climatic change, how far back can carbon dating go be dated by examining bits of once-living material, like parts of liverpool women hospital. To figure it outyou have to know if they're from bakc same period ," Guilderson said.
Anthropologists are intrigued by carbon dating too, he said. There's another big question in Guilderson's field: Scientists are debating whether they have enough information to do.
The statistical findings that are pushing carbon dating into the past may also end up helping scientists understand the present, said Radiocarbon managing editor McClure. Old Stones Reveal Their Age. Lost Tribe of Little People.
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