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Re: orion-list radiocarbon

    Having read Greg Doudna's radiocarbon articles, and having read Jull's 
post with great interest, I do not see how Jull's informative post could 
fairly be taken to refute Doudna's observations or theories.  As a 
generality, Jull said that data points should not be excluded due to some 
special hypothesis, but this comment was not made with reference to Doudna, 
as Goranson insinuates, nor is this something Doudna has done with his 
radiocarbon dating in his carefully researched and thought-provoking 
articles.  I don't think Goranson's characterizations of Jull's post are fair 
or accurate or add to the discussion.  
    Russell Gmirkin

> > Greg Doudna has repeatedly told the orion list that 
> >AMS experts agree with his presentation of the Qumran 
> >tests. Now that a leading expert, in fact, reads the 
> >evidence differently, Greg persists in efforts to justify 
> >his other hypothesis. 

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