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- v. Present participle of misdate.
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- n. The assignment of a date to something at a time when it could not have existed or occurred.
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- n. something located at a time when it could not have existed or occurred
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I think Luke would have shrugged and said "Sorry, a small mistake of mine" if I had questioned him about his misdating of the census of Quirinius.
IMHO The likelihood of misdating increases with the length of the proxy. richardT
For the two 1887 storms to actually be just one storm counted twice requires a misdating by 5 days, while the other two require both mislocation and some amount of misdating.
As far as I know, there is only one factual error in it, misdating a photograph of Einstein and Bohr as being from 1920 rather than the correct date of 1930.
Steve: Dude…I was right about Nature not being the right place to publish that Polar Urals misdating paper.
While this can occur from misdating, it can also occur from signals that have different power in different frequencies.
Ciesielski adds that Schipper, who seems to be miffed by the auditors' abysmal oversight, then asked if the auditors should have caught the misdating anyway in their audits of footnote disclosures option footnotes have been a fixture of financials since 1996, as the footnotes could have uncovered contracts with incorrect dates.
But in any case Muller's listing of incorrect facts seem to me to be just the sort of thing that one would likely get wrong on the basis of memory, anyway, and of the sort of natural misdating that historians are very familiar with.
In an email to me concerning a possible one year misdating of U.S. bristlecones, Moberg said that their "reconstruction does not contain any information on timescales shorter than 4 years".
We believe that most writers on the subject are guilty of misdating this event as a result of their distrust of the