But I’ve registered because of problem. I’m an archeologist. Within archaeology C14 Radiocarbon dating, a radiometric dating method is considered an absolute dating technique. But in discussion with one physicist, in very tense discussion he tried to persuade me that C14 technique can’t be taken as relevant, but I can’t understand it because of my low math knowledge, to understand it he suggested me an advanced course of partial differential equations (it is true that I don’t know partial d.). And he sad to me that any mathematician or physicist knows that C14 can’t be absolute, because of “some fundamental” problems, and he is not giving me partial differential lectures for free. So I’m asking you, because I’ve seen here many smart and good people physicist and mathematicians, to help me to understand this correctly. I can’t find peace since that discussion.

Thank you very much!

Marko