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Andrew Magdy Kamal

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The Idea that the average life of a proton is impossible to calculate

According to the Grand Unified Theory in Physics, protons are unstable. This means that it is nearly impossible to calculate the lifetime of a proton. It can last any time from 1 second to a trillion years. No matter how you wait and wait it is nearly impossible to catch the lifetime of a proton. Also, my theory is that sense all protons are unstable and they differ in amount on what point of object and element they are located, then they are almost all different in lifespan also, making it inaccurate to calculate or even guess the age of a single proton, and if you did it would still be impossible to get a fully scientific analysis of the average lifetime of a proton.

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