Will the nuclear testing done during the past decades or if a nuclear war happened in the present day, affect the accuracy of carbon dating in the future? (Hypothetically, we haven't developed a better dating method)
I mean you could just adjust the dating to the amount of Carbon-14 if there will be a sudden change, but will the fossils found in around and near the blast sites be dated differently from the unaffected areas?
I'm sorry not really good in science, I don't know if this should be in Physics STEX and I might be wrong in my understandings. Thanks in advance!