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After publication of the occurrence of C14 in nature and the first successful datings made by the radiocarbon method (Anderson et al., 1947; Arnold and Libby, 1949), a fair number of physicists as well as geologists, paleobotanists, and prehistorians in Germany became interested (e.g., Harteck, 1951; Zeuner, 1951; Firbas, 1953; Schwabedissen, 1949) in studying the applicability of the new method. So, one of us (H.S.) together with F. Firbas tried to stimulate plans by F. Houtermans (later atdoi:10.1017/s003382220000014x fatcat:tnpqk72psjavzewirsqpeh7tvi