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Mud is not renowned for its clarity, but the murky gloop at the bottom of a Japanese lake could provide the clearest, most accurate way yet of calibrating radiocarbon dates. The finding promises to help us pin down exactly when important events in prehistory occurred, including periods of climate change and the date of the Neanderthals' extinction.
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