More universal weirdness - if the headline is accurate.

More universal weirdness - if the headline is accurate.

Originally shared by Winchell Chung

Gamma radiation associated with radon decay exhibits variations in both time of year and time of day.
The annual oscillation has its maximum value in June, suggestive of a galactic influence.
Measurements made at midnight show strong evidence of an influence of solar rotation, but measurements made at noon do not.
We find several pairs of oscillations with frequencies separated by 1 cycle per year that is suggestive of an influence of rotation that is oblique with respect to the normal to the ecliptic.
We suggest that beta decays may be stimulated by neutrinos and that the decay products tend to travel in the same direction as the neutrinos.


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