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For radiometric dating clocks on Earth, this is explained in the chapter “The Origin of Earth’s Radioactivity” on pages 377–429.

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.

For example, we find that a number of men and women who lose a parent when they are young, are afraid that someone else they love will die or leave them.

Adults whose parents divorced when they were children may have similar fears.

Below is the online edition of In the Beginning: Compelling Evidence for Creation and the Flood, by Dr. These three assumptions are almost always unstated, overlooked, or invalid.

[ The Scientific Case for Creation Radiometric Dating] To date an event or thing that preceded written records, one must assume that the dating clock has operated at a known rate, that the clock’s initial setting is known, and that the clock has not been disturbed.

We cannot say why some people who experienced these unfortunate circumstances enjoy adult relationships without fearing abandonment, and why others are preoccupied with worry.

However, fearing abandonment doesn't mean that there is something seriously wrong with you.

In all likelihood, you experienced a loss early in life and have not yet moved beyond the emotions that resulted from the loss.

Unfortunately, few have questioned this huge and critical assumption.

It is also critical that one understands how a dating clock works.

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Well, you didn't give us too many details to work with!Most people who are in a good courtship are not preoccupied with a fear that the other person will leave them.

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