The decay constant of radioactive materials is an inherent property of radioisotopes and an indicator of their nature. The presence of radioactive materials in the environment, including water supplies, leads to radioactive contamination, which is a potential and actual threat to the living ecosystem. According to Taheri, Consciousness Fields (CFs) have a different nature from known physical fields, and their effectiveness on the magnetic properties of materials and living organisms at different levels has been previously investigated and confirmed. In this study, the effect of CFs on the radioactive properties of the technetium-99m radioisotope as well as water contaminated with this nuclear isomer have been investigated. According to the results of this study and in accordance with the principles of CFs, these fields do not have significant effects on the radioactive properties of technetium-99m radioisotope. However, in conditions where this nuclear isomer leads to pollution behavior in the vicinity of water molecules, CF type 2 increases the effective decay constant. The results of this study shows CFs demonstrate significant effects on reducing and eliminating radioactive contaminations in aquatic environments.
Keywords: Consciousness Fields; Technetium-99m; water radioactive pollution; radioactive material; decay constant; effective half life