It is very difficult to measure the position and momentum of a microscopic particle with great accuracy
it's possible for a massive boson to pop out of a quark making up a proton for a very short time and cause that proton to decay.
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2016-03-05T12:17:21+05:30

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Yes,it happens only under certain circumstances and with certain unstable isotopes.....
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2016-03-05T12:18:35+05:30

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Yep, protons are unstable.
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