[Advaita-l] Conference on that Date of Adi Sankaracharya in October, 2002

Anbu sivam2 anbesivam2 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 20 08:26:42 CST 2010

Sharmaji, Radhe Krishna,

Thanks for you info.  I did a google search as suggested.  My understanding
is that carbon dating cannot be done on a metal such as copper.


On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 3:02 AM, Varadaraja Sharma <
rishyasrunga at rediffmail.com> wrote:

> Radhe Krishna,
> Anbe sivam, Radhe Krishna
> me too neither a metllurgist nor an arĀ­chaeologist.  Neverthless, whenever
> an archaeological artifact is unearthed, be it a fossil, even a wooden tool,
> by a scientific method called carbon-14 dating, the age of artifact is
> determined.
> if you want more information as to accuracy of such determination of age
> etc., go to google search and would gather further information.
> regarding the copper inscription in question, leaving the facts as to when
> it was unearthed, who unearthed it, under whose posession is it now, it is a
> matter of fact that it is alleged to be thousands of years old.
> If that being the case, through scientic methodology, if the age of
> artifact is determined, more information is known to the world at large.
> regards
> Radhe Krishna
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