Each chemical element, such as carbon and oxygen, consists of atoms unique to it.Each atom is understood to be made up of three basic parts.
Most people today think that geologists have proven the earth and its rocks to be billions of years old by their use of the radioactive dating methods. Given so much time, the ‘impossible’ becomes possible, the possible probable, and the probable virtually certain.
Ages of many millions of years for rocks and fossils are glibly presented as fact in many textbooks, the popular media, and museums. One has only to wait: time itself performs the miracles.”1 Yet few people seem to know how these radiometric dating methods work.
There are many radiometric clocks and when applied to appropriate materials, the dating can be very accurate.
As one example, the first minerals to crystallize (condense) from the hot cloud of gasses that surrounded the Sun as it first became a star have been dated to 4568 plus or minus 2 million years....!! Other events on earth can be dated equally well given the right minerals.
Two situations where we can do this involve Potassium-40 atoms and Carbon-14 atoms.
All radioactive atoms decay to become a more stable kind of atom.The nucleus contains protons (tiny particles each with a single positive electric charge) and neutrons (particles without any electric charge).Orbiting around the nucleus are electrons (tiny particles each with a single electric charge).But there are some questions that come to mind: Calculus students typically meet this problem somewhere in the second semester.It is one of the simplest examples of a differential equation.We could be sure that a mineral containing parentium originally had no daughterium.