If we surmise that the Strong Nuclear Force can change, then we have to explain why the Sun is still there.A bit in one way, the rate of fusion goes through the roof and the Sun blows itself apart.Now take that to the next step, to effect such a change you would need to effect the Weak Force directly within an atom or group of atoms.So a revised, and more scientific, of your OP would be: Can the Weak Force within an atom be effected? I have no idea what the answer is off the top of my head, but my intelligent guess says that this topic has already been researched and literature exists on it.Carbon-14 has a half-life of 5,730 years so decays fairly quickly to unusable proportions.

In this specific case, try to manipulate the environment around a radioactive element to effect a change in the half-life constant.Doubting simply so you can wag your finger and say "Nuh uh" isn't having an open mind -- it's simply being contrary.Originally posted by spoof: No, I'll take scientific observations any day of the week, it's just that so much of science must, as a discipline, base their observations on the painstaking recording of observable physical data.Forget your miffed dismissal of the current thought on the history of the universe.You postulate that the laws of physics may not be constant.

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