While looking at a table of helium isotopes it said that helium-8 turns into Tritium(hydrogen-3) and helium-5 through fission and beta decay.
But the pathway to helium-5 isn't so direct. It is more like this
helium-8 -> hydrogen-3 and hydrogen-5 (fission) -> helium-5 (beta decay)
But the table of hydrogen isotopes said nothing about hydrogen-5 going through beta decay. All it had there was double neutron emission producing tritium which after 12 years turns into helium-3 via beta decay.
Does this mean that I discovered that hydrogen-5 does go through beta decay but not nearly as often as double neutron emission?