Lord William Kelvin Quote

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  1. Kelvin was something of a young earther who believed it was millions, rather than thousands of years old (not billions), based on his calculation of the loss of heat after the initial formation, but he was wrong, he didn’t take into account radionuclides which decay and maintain the heat in the earth’s interior.

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