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/ And in Journal of Creation, 2010, a letter by Gary Loechelt and response by Russell Humphreys; both include references to earlier papers.
• RATE-Project Claims [about Helium in Zircons] by Rodney Whitefield Radiocarbon Decay (trace amounts of C-14 radiation) • RATE's Radiocarbon: Intrinsic or Contamination?
by Kirk Bertsche, is an expansion of his reply in PSCF, which you can read above in Polonium Halos in Granites • Polonium Halos and Myrmekite in Pegmatite & Granite by Lorence Collins, who also has a links-page (halos are examined in 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 14) Excessive Heat — a Catastrophic Problem for a Catastrophic Flood What is the problem?
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Therefore RATE must propose that almost all of this decay occurred during the one-year flood, because for some unknown reason the decay rate for some atoms (but not others) was extremely high (but only for a year, not before or after).
This amount of decay would produce an immense amount of heat quickly, in less than a year.
The results are described by Larry Vardiman, a member of RATE: "The amount of heat produced by a decay rate of a million times faster than normal during the year of the Flood could potentially vaporize the earth’s oceans, melt the crust, and obliterate the surface of the earth. This would be a "super-catastrophic flood" producing results far beyond anything we actually observe in the geological record of the earth.
(from ICR's homepage for RATE) / For an overview of RATE you can read descriptions, by young-earth creationists, of Thousands not Billions (conference), Thousands not Billions (Radioisotope Age Dating Set, with popular-level book, study guide, two DVDs), Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth (technical-level book), and a free presentation (video or powerpoint).
You can explore educational web-resources that explain the principles of radiometric dating in the homepage for AGE OF THE EARTH — SCIENCE where you'll see different perspectives (conventional and young-earth) on the reliability of scientific conclusions about the earth's age.