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Rather, there was likely to be an answer that concerned the nuclear decay processes themselves.
From the eyewitness testimony of God’s Word, the billions of years that such vast amounts of radioactive processes would normally suggest had not taken place.
Furthermore, Parentium and Daughterium are so different in chemical properties that they don't otherwise occur together.
If there were such a pair of isotopes, radiometric dating would be very simple.
Since there is now only 1/4 of the original amount of Parentium-123, we know that two half-lives of Parentium-123 have elapsed.
We could be sure that a mineral containing parentium originally had no daughterium.
If the mineral contained 1 part per million Parentium-123 and 3 parts per million Daughterium-123, we could be sure all the Daughterium-123 was originally Parentium-123.
So it was clear that the assumption of a constant, slow decay process was wrong.
There must have been speeded-up decay, perhaps in a huge burst associated with Creation Week and/or a separate burst at the time of the Flood.