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27-Aug-2016 02:16

IQNA conducted an interview with the researcher during his visit to Tehran on the carbon dating of the Quranic old manuscripts and some other relevant issues.

Following is a rough transcription of the interview: I would like to give you some remarks on carbon dating and ink analysis of Quranic manuscripts and some of the things that we have done in the researches that I conducted together with my colleagues during the past two years on carbon dating of manuscripts.

99 percent of what we receive in carbon has regular C12, and very small percentage (0.8) belongs to C13.

The tiny radioactive one is produced in the atmosphere around the earth by cosmic beings.

Libby found out that since we are in chemical interaction with our environment, we are permanently taking carbon, the element that is abbreviated C in chemistry. The number shows that of neutrons in the atom core.

We have percentage of radioactive carbon 14 in our body.

This is according to Michael Marx, German researcher of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences (BBAW) and manager of the project called Corpus Coranicum, which is currently underway at the academy.

It was discovered after the Second World War II by an American physician, Willard F. It is accepted worldwide and often applied by the discipline of archeology to study early history, pre-history, etc.

When we die, the radioactive carbon stops being added to our body.

In autopsy, it can be measured out how much C12, C13 and C14 is available in relation to the time as the rate is stable between the three.

Measuring the amount of C14 in a sample from a dead plant or animal provides information that can be used to calculate when the animal or plant died.

Carbon dating allows determine the date of materials that were beings, living creatures like animals, plants, as well as organic materials except for fishes.We, like other living beings, are eating, drinking, breathing, so in permanent exchange with the environment.