Monday, February 16, 2009
Modern archaeologists are switching from shovels to ground penetrating radio signals that have recently discovered 1300-year old "pit houses" within 5-miles of Las Vegas strip in collaboration with Ithaca College physicist.\
BOTTOM LINE: Harnessing radar, radio and other noninvasive means of conducting archaeological exploration one of the most important advance in the field since the invention of carbon dating. Using such techniques will enable archaeology to advance at a pace that rivals the other sciences.
Posted by R. Colin Johnson at 6:16 AM