Granite was Formed in Minutes – Not Eons!

Polonium Radiohalos prove that granite did not take millions of years to form

Inside of granite are little microscopic halos of decomposing polonim. According to Wikipedia, Polonium has many isotopes whose half-life ranges from six months to 103 years. Therefore, if the polonium was decaying as granite formed for even a few years, there could be no radiohalos. They would have dispersed eons before the granite soldified. Other radiohalos have been found from isotopes with half-lives measured in seconds.

The website equates finding polonium radiohalos in granite to finding Alka Seltzer bubbles in ice. You could only assume that the ice had been frozen very quickly.


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