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Are there any Helium compounds Lee?
Actually, the proportion of He produced in the BB was much greater than I thought and most of the He around today is primeval too.There aren't many Helium compounds though, and most of them are unstable, so most He is still in an elemental form.
Things I have heard or read over the years: Matter cannot be created or destroyed. The universe is 13.4 billion years old. The earth is 4.5 billion years old. If everything in the universe eminated from the Big Bang, then it seems to me that all of the materials on earth must also be 13.4 billion years old. What am I missing?