Definition of C-decay

1. Noun. A discredited theory proposed by creationists in order to support the belief that the universe is a few thousand years old that claims that the speed of light has decreased over time, meaning that objects millions of light years away are visible today (whereas a constant speed of light would imply that the universe is millions of years old and so contradict this belief). ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of C-decay

bêtises
böhmite
c&b
c'est la vie
c'mere
c'mon
c'n
c**ksuckers
c*ck
c*cksucker
c*nt
c*nts
c-Jun amino-terminal kinase
c-command
c-decay (current term)
c-note
c-notes
c-oncogene
c-peptide
c-word
c.l.
c/-
c/e
c/o
c3 cycle
c4 cycle
c600
cAMP
cAMP phosphodiesterase

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