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In fact, levels of Carbon-14 have varied in the atmosphere through time.One good example would be the elevated levels of Carbon-14 in our atmosphere since WWII as a result of atomic bombs testing.Radiocarbon is then taken in by plants through photosynthesis, and these plants in turn are consumed by all the organisms on the planet.So every living thing has a certain amount of radiocarbon within them.
Half-lives vary according to the isotope, for example, Uranium-238 has a half-life of 4500 million years where as Nitrogen-17 has a half-life of 4.173 seconds!
Therefore, radiocarbon dates need to be calibrated with other dating techniques to ensure accuracy.
Plants are not the only organism that can process Carbon-14 from the air.
When it comes to dating archaeological samples, several timescale problems arise.
For example, Christian time counts the birth of Christ as the beginning, AD 1 (Anno Domini); everything that occurred before Christ is counted backwards from AD as BC (Before Christ).
Long tree-ring sequences have been developed throughout the world and can be used to check and calibrate radiocarbon dates.