Element Decay Exists

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This is a theory that states "There is such a thing as element decay."

Existence of Element Decay was formulated by Sanghoon Oh in 2021.1

Scientonomic History

Acceptance Record

This theory has never been accepted.

Suggestions To Accept

Here are all the modifications where the acceptance of this theory has been suggested:

Modification Community Date Suggested Summary Verdict Verdict Rationale Date Assessed
Sciento-2021-0005 Scientonomy 1 August 2021 Accept that the phenomenon of element decay exists as a non-scientonomic phenomenon. Not Accepted During the discussion at the 2024 scientonomy workshop, several participants raised a concern that the original modification makes several sufficiently distinct claims that must be evaluated separately. Specifically, it was agreed that the modification essentially consists of three suggestions:
  • accept the existence of element decay;
  • accept the indicators of element decay;
  • accept that element decay is a non scientonomic phenomenon.

A vote was taken and by the 2/3 majority it was decided to split this modification into three. || 21 February 2021

Sciento-2024-0001 Scientonomy 21 February 2024 Accept that the phenomenon of element decay exists. Open

Question Answered

Element Decay Exists is an attempt to answer the following question: Existence of Element Decay.

See Existence of Element Decay for more details.


According to Oh, there is such a thing as element decay.1


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  1. a b  Oh, Sanghoon. (2021) Element Decay. Scientonomy 4, 41-58. Retrieved from https://scientojournal.com/index.php/scientonomy/article/view/37122.