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Scientific method

Kristi Charish’s science training brings a sense of believability to her urban fantasy novels



Kristi Charish was studying archaeology at Vancouver’s Simon Fraser University in 1996 when a collection of bones was discovered in Washington state. Carbon dating showed the skeleton – named Kennewick Man, after the area where it was found – to be about 9,000 years old. Even more exciting than the discovery itself was evidence indicating the bones were Caucasian – a startling find, given the ethnicity of the groups in the area during that time period.

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