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Author Topic:   Heat and radiation destroy claims of accelerated nuclear decay
NoNukes
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Message 13 of 17 (677848)
11-01-2012 10:51 PM
Reply to: Message 10 by JonF
11-01-2012 5:04 PM


He did said he had an answer for the heat problem. YEC or not, an answer is an answer.

An answer he says he has discarded. His answer was that physical constants were different back in the past such that no ill effects were noted when the speed of light was higher than now and the rate of radioactive decay was sped up when compared to today's rates.

Further even when he gave such replies, he never fleshed them out into a complete picture.


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