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01-24-2011 5:54 PM
Reply to: Message 3 by Percy
01-24-2011 5:42 PM


c decay
After googling around a bit, it seems Noitartst is referring to this:
wiki writes:
The concept of c-decay was first proposed by Barry Setterfield in 1981 in an article for the Australian creationist magazine, Ex Nihilo. He selected a number of historical measurements of c starting with the original measurement by Ole Rmer in 1667, and proceeding through a series of more recent experiments, culminating in "modern" measures in the 1960s. These showed a decreasing speed over time, which Setterfield claimed was in fact an exponential decay series that implied an infinite speed in the not distant past.[2] The claim was later expanded to cover an apparent similar decay of several other physical constants.[3]

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