The individual laboratory code number, which is prefixed to radiocarbon measurements from that particular lab.
Thus, ANU-3546 refers to sample 3546 measured at the Radiocarbon Laboratory at the Australian National University, for example.
Writing of the European Upper Palaeolithic, Movius (1960) concluded that "time alone is the lens that can throw it into focus".
The radiocarbon method was developed by a team of scientists led by the late Professor Willard F.
Oakley (1979) suggested its development meant an almost complete re-writing of the evolution and cultural emergence of the human species.
Desmond Clark (1979) wrote that were it not for radiocarbon dating, "we would still be foundering in a sea of imprecisions sometime bred of inspired guesswork but more often of imaginative speculation" (Clark, 1979:7).
The computer-searchable archives of the Philadelphia Inquirer reveal no article on earthquake frequency in that newspaper on October 11, 1995 and no other issue of that newspaper during the decade of the 1990s. When several readers of Stearman's article confronted him with much more earthquake data than in the mysterious citation from the newspaper, he apologized in print for the bad statistics, but, then, after his apology, reaffirmed that earthquakes are indeed increasing.
John Hagee, founder and pastor of the 15,000-member Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, authored the book Beginning of the End which became a New York Times bestseller.
Nyerup's words illustrate poignantly the critical power and importance of dating; to order time.
Today, there are many laboratories and few publish comprehensive lists of results, there are far too many dates being calculated for this to be achieved.
The publication of radiocarbon dates rests almost totally with the submitter of the material.
: A Geological and Biblical Response to an Urban Legend," Christian Research Journal, vol. Many of the same writers and teachers claim that the decade of the 1990s has experienced a pronounced increase in both the frequency and intensity of earthquakes as compared to the earlier decades of the twentieth century. From 1990 through 1996, there have been more than 150.
This coincidence of Jesus' prophetic statement and recent seismic events is viewed by these writers and teachers as clear demonstration of the nearness of the return of Christ. However, Missler and Van Impe do not give any further information on the source of Lindsey's statistics. Jeffrey, another Bible prophecy teacher and author of nine best-selling books, could be the source of Lindsey's statistics.