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Heat from the decay of radioactive materials, he suggested, sets this layer to a slow boil, creating large circulating currents within the molten rock that in turn slowly shift the continents about.
The device would draw in ethylene, a gas emitted by plants that speeds up decay, and convert it into water and carbon dioxide, which help plants grow.
The reality of the instrument’s decay had become fully apparent in November, after the National Science Foundation reviewed two recent cable breaks and decided to decommission the world-class radio telescope.
I’d been studying radioactive decay in my courses, and Bill suggested we work together on calculating the lifetimes of new chemical elements, heavier than those in the known Periodic Table.
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Ten come from radioactive decay in the detector materials, and in this particular energy range about three come from the sun’s main fusion reaction.
This explanation seemed very likely, for here and there were stumps of trees and decaying chips.
THE BOX-CAR CHILDRENGERTRUDE CHANDLER WARNER
So far as we know, we can perceive no certain method by which the life of the slowly decaying suns can be restored.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
Cotgrave gives us: 'Faillance, f. a defection, failing, decaying.'
Decaying nature could no longer be recruited by ordinary sources of strength and sustenance.
The fir-trees died, and added to the great masses of decaying wood which now covered the damp ground.
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