Good God that's stupid. Powerful electrical activity doesn't alter decay rates of the relevant isotopes to the extent you claim.It is also critical that one understands how a dating clock works. For radiometric dating clocks on Earth, this is explained in the chapter “The Origin of Earth’s Radioactivity” on pages 321–362 . After studying that chapter, you will see that Earth’s radioactivity—and the many daughter products that misled so many into thinking that the Earth was billions of years old—are a result of powerful electrical activity during the flood, only about 5,000 years ago.
The flood is not a proven historical event. There is NO evidence that it occurred 5000 years ago, and NO evidence that powerful electrical activity took place during said mythical event, even of such activity could alter radioactivity decay rates significantly (which it can't).Originally Posted by wiki
I personally believe there is sufficient evidence in the lore of scores of cultures around the globe to suspect a cataclysmic flood did indeed take place at some point in human pre-history, but that should have nothing to do with your desires undermine everything remotely related to evolution theory, Pahu.