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Helium In Atmosphere Says Earth Not "Billions Of Years Old..."

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Posted by Kenny Thornton on July 24, 2002 04:34:29 UTC

Radioactive decay releases Helium in the air, but not much is escaping. The total amount of Helium in the air is only one-two-thousandth ( 1/2000 ) of what is expected to be found in the atmosphere if the earth was really Billlllllions of years old...

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