Variability in decay rates of nuclides: Theoretical explanation using hidden variables

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PROBLEMEmpirical results show strong evidence for nuclides having variable decay rates, typically evident as periodicity. This is a perplexing area since the data in support look impressive, as do the data against. The orthodox expectation is for decay rates to be strictly constant for all types of decay (β+, β-, EC, α), and that the indications of… (More)

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