The larger Chinese porcelains from the museum and the nation-wide collectors have been dated by this method.
The results show that the certainty about the authenticity testing is larger than 95%, and the measurable porcelains make up about 95% of the porcelain dated.
The TL ages are dated by this method for the 39 shards and porcelains from past dynasties of China and the detailed data in the measurement are reported.
At this point, the method seems to be a straightforward concept.
However, problems arise from assuming a uniform radiation dose rate over any significant period of time and assuming that the TMRD resulted from the object or artifact being in a strictly constrained environment identical to that in which it was found.
Like most dating methods used by secularists, many assumptions are built into their speculations and hypotheses.
All the assumptions mentioned above presume the secularists’ deep-time bias about conditions they haven’t observed.
When scientists pull pottery from the ground, they use heat or lasers to de-excite these electrons out of their trap states back to their original state. Scientists measure the amount of light to get the total measured radiation dose (TMRD).
They divide this by an assumed radiation dose rate (RDR) to estimate the pottery’s age.Heating these crystals (such as when a pottery vessel is fired or when rocks are heated) empties the stored energy, after which time the mineral begins absorbing energy again.TL dating is a matter of comparing the energy stored in a crystal to what "ought" to be there, thereby coming up with a date-of-last-heated.Absolute dating methods beyond the radiocarbon dating range are urgently needed, particularly in the Pleistocene stratigraphy of North America.Therefore, even those relative or semi-absolute dating methods which have the potential eventually to provide reliable absolute dates, have to be investigated.This paper studies the thermoluminescence (TL) dating of the ancient porcelain using a regression method of saturation exponential in the pre-dose technique.