Either you are a master of satire, or you have a genuine question about how the earliest solid rocks of the solar system are essentially all four and a half billion years old.I get that the density of cosmic ray tracks left in surface moon rocks corresponds to an age of 4.51 billion years old. I also know that according to you Darwinists, the age of the solar system is approximately 4.571 billion years. I further understand that those numbers might seem to gel together rather perfectly. It's all just a little too convenient,
If it's the case of the genuine question, then it would be four and a half billion years ago that these rocks first formed crystal structures and became the kind of material that can be subjected to isochron dating. Can you see what further conclusions that must lead to?
If you are a master of satire then I respectfully acknowledge your abilities.
That's a great thing about science. They won't ask you. And they won't ask me. Our opinions are irrelevant.if you ask me.