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The ""argon reset model"" was the first explanation proposed for the discordance. A metamorphic event is supposed to have expelled significant argon from these rocks. The reset model is unable to reconcile the new data, leading to a metamorphic event which is excessively young and inconsistent with the conventional stratigraphic interpretation. The ""argon leakage model"" also attempts to explain why these rocks have about half the argon which seems to be required by the Rb-Sr system.
The leakage model supposes an incredible improbability. Both the old and new data imply that the rocks leaked argon in nearly exact proportion to the abundance of potassium producing a ""leakage isochron"", an explanation not supported by a quantity of an appropriate mineral or mesostasis phase.