Quote: Radioactive Decay

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‘The age of our globe is presently thought to be some 4.5 billion years, based on radio-decay rates of uranium and thorium. Such “confirmation” may be shortlived, as nature is not to be discovered quite so easily. There has been in recent years the horrible realization that radio-decay rates are not as constant as previously thought, nor are they immune to environmental influences. And this could mean that the atomic clocks are reset during some global disaster, and events which brought the Mesozoic to a close may not be 65 billion years ago, but rather, with the age and memory of man.’

Frederick B. Jueneman, ‘Secular catastrophism’. Industrial Research and Development, June 1982, p.21.

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