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If the earth is billions of years old, the radioactive production of helium In the earth's crust should have added a large quantity of helium to Its atmosphere. Current diffusion models all Indicate that helium escapes to space from the atmosphere at a rate much less than Its production rate. The low concentration of helium actually measured would suggest that the earth's atmosphere must be quite young.
Earth, atmosphere, helium, age
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"The Age of the Earth's Atmosphere Estimated By Its Helium Content,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 1
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