As time passes, the amount of helium in the atmosphere increases.Scientists have estimated the amount of uranium in the earth's crustal rocks.
All of the proposed theories as to where it came from have serious problems.
It is a complete mystery unless it was designed that way from the beginning.
And only 11,200,000 years ago the sun would have physically touched the earth.
The oldest living thing on earth is either an Irish Oak or a Bristlecone pine.
The following clocks point to a young earth, solar system, and universe.
Taken together, they suggest that the earth is quite young -- probably less than 10,000 years old.Or to say it another way: there is a LOT of scientific evidence that suggests the Earth is perhaps only thousands of years old, and that the year age that evolution-believing "scientists" have LOUDLY and repeatedly proclaimed to be a fact, is actually based on a strong desire to eliminate God from His own Creation rather than on scientific facts.A "clock" is any geophysical or astronomical process that is changing at a constant rate.Clocks may be used to estimate how long a process has been taking place.All clocks (including radiometric ones) require the use of at least three assumptions.From this they estimate the amount of helium that should be produced, and from these they can calculate how much helium is being added to the atmosphere over a given amount of time.