I am researching, recovering, and studying fossil trees in Europe, which allow us to precisely reconstruct the paleo-environment. The second step is to incorporate a brand new method from physics, with this we can link the radiocarbon measurements from our fossil trees to 10Be in the annual layers of Greenland Ice Cores because these 2 cosmogenic isotopes are highly correlated.
In this way, we can start building new curve pieces that will give us very precise ages. However, it must be said that this method needs a very high precision, a very small 14C error, less than 300 years. This is not so easy because typically, from the analysis of a sample of 42 thousand years, gave errors of around 1.700 years. Now we have been able to obtain for 42 thousand years sample a 14C error which never had been achieved before of less than§ 300 years. This provides outstanding resolution for European Prehistory.
In this context the advanced radiocarbon clock will bridge the gap on the most debated questions in Palaeolithic archaeology, gaining what all of us, right now, just dream of: the precision of time and the definition of details for the past events in Human Evolution.