[ RadSafe ] The strange case of solar flares and radioactiveelements

Brennan, Mike (DOH) Mike.Brennan at DOH.WA.GOV
Mon Aug 23 13:31:30 CDT 2010

Interesting, though I would have liked to see some numbers on how much
the supposed changes are.  If they are out in the fourth or fifth
decimal place, I will want more conformation before I get too excited.
Remember polywater and cold fusion.

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We may all need to reconsider the immutability of an isotope's half-life

and the possibility of new, elementary particle.


Erik C. Nielsen
Health Physicist
USEPA, National Air and Radiation Environmental Laboratory
540 South Morris Ave.
Montgomery, AL 36115
Phone 334-270-3475
Fax 334-270-3454

"The sun formed 4.5 billion years ago, but it's got 6 billion more
the fuel runs out. Any creatures witnessing the sun's demise 6 billion 
years hence, here on Earth or beyond, won't be human - they'll be as 
different from us as we are from bacteria."
Martin Rees, Baron Rees of Ludlow, President of the Royal Society of 
London for the Improvement of Natural Knowledge.
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