Stopped reading at "David Sereda" which, coincidentally, happen to be the very first two words in the linked article. As such, I have no idea which
B.S. this muppet is going on about this time. I urge you all to do likewise and move along.
Cyclic changes in radioisotope decay rates have been observed, but they're exceedingly small and average out over the type of time scales that
radiometric dating is typically used for. This is the second or third time I've seen someone make the claim that this is somehow a new phenomenon and
that it's going to somehow alter our DNA while providing absolutely no reason why this would occur.
I will accept that the decay rate of particles may have inexplicably changed by what could be considered to be a contextualy ridiculous amount. I will
even accept that the causative factor here could be the sun. However, regards to the suggestion that ANY of this will have visible affects on human
evolution is worthless without the genetic studies and attendant results,which would be required to proove the situation.
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