No 'decision' is made. Yes, the timing of a radioactive decay is porbabilistic. There is nothing that distinguishes a nucleus that is about to decay from any other nucleus of the same sort.<quoted text>
So it can decide to decay if it wants to? Nothing makes it decay? It just does?
Yes, it is a probabilistic event that happens according to the laws of quantum mechanic, which are a-causal. No 'decisions' are made, so no intelligence is implied. But radioactive decays are NOT determined. There is nothing that happens 'just before' a decay that is any different than at any other time. In that sense, they are uncaused.Radioactive nuclei are smart. Gee. Maybe even smarter than Topix atheist science experts.
Lovely scientific approach, mac. Oh! It just happens!!!
Sorry if reality doesn't correspond with your intuitions.