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It is agreed that this is an error on Brown's part, but once again errors occur on both sides all the time.
Ukraintseva (1993) reviews the Kirgilyakh mammoth, also known as Dima, and cites three dates obtained for it. Dates for deposits surrounding the mammoth are consistent with dates for the mammoth.
Different parts of the Vollosovitch mammoth date to 29,500 and 44,000 years before present (BP).
One part of Dima, a frozen baby mammoth, was 40,000, another part 26,000, and wood immediately around it was 9-10,000 BP.
For some reason, which I have not yet figured out, at least one person per week has been asking me about the Carbon-14 Radiometric Dating Technique.
Aparently the best that Talk Origins can do here is express the fact that Brown does not cite a specific source for his Vollosovitch mammoth reference, but he does list 160 Mammoth references, so he probably got it from more than one of them.Talk Origins erroneously refers to "the Vollosovitch mammoth", even though there is more than one.