Apparently, we have known for over twenty years that the speed of light is decreasing, and that the atomic clock is slowing down. I’d never heard about this until I went digging through the internet and happened upon these facts by accident.
The fabric of space is held in place by magnetic plasma charged with Zero Point Energy. (At absolute zero, a tiny amount of “empty space” contains considerably more energy than the combined energy of every star in the universe.) And as the Zero Point Energy increases with time, a threshold is reached, and all atoms simultaneously take up a new energy state throughout the cosmos. The light emitted from these atoms will become bluer as time increases. This is what we see in the Red Shift, as the farther we look out in space, the redder the light will be; the lower the ZPE; the higher the speed of light. This has a HUGE effect on the rates of radioactive decay, because it means time moved exponentially faster (at the atomic level) the farther back we go. Depending on how far back in time you go, you could have millions of atomic years passing in a single orbital year. Suddenly, the geologic age of our planet (over 6 billion atomic years) doesn’t seem so old. This would appear to be a fact. The math proves it. The paradigm has shifted. “Science” needs to catch up, but I suspect it never will. Oh well. Science has always been more myth than reality.