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Decay Rates Are Not Always Constant

Forbes – Radioactive Decay Rates May Not Be Constant After All

Alpha Omega Institute – 80 Years of “Scientific Fact” Wrong! Radioactive Decay Rates Not Constant?

Purdue University – Evidence of Solar Influences on Nuclear Decay Rates

Creation Ministries International – Billion-fold acceleration of radioactivity demonstrated in laboratory

Creation Ministries International – Neutrinos—the not-so-neutral particles

The Atlantic – Maybe Radioactive Decay Rates Aren’t Physical Constants

arXiv Blog – Do nuclear decay rates depend on our distance from the sun?

Purdue University – Purdue-Stanford team finds radioactive decay rates vary with the sun’s rotation

Gizmodo – The Sun is changing the rate of radioactive decay, and breaking the rules of chemistry

MIT – VARIABILITY OF NUCLEAR DECAY RATES

arxiv.org – Perturbation of Nuclear Decay Rates During the Solar Flare of 13 December 2006

Creation Ministries International – Radioactive decay rate depends on chemical environment