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    • Oliver Thewalt

      Is the sun emitting a mystery particle?

      via Torsten P. KerstenQuote:"A.) Decay speed isn't always the same, b.) decay speed can vary local, magnetic field is affected with solar storms, infront of tectonic events (60 seconds ahead) a local stocked up static energy bubble bursts and floods the local magnetic field, c.) nuclear powerplan...

      Tags: solar neutrino, radiation decay rates, fine structure constant alpha, quantum vacuum, charles a laster, perfect fluid, aphelion phase, perihelion phase, vacuum energy, coronal mass ejection, cme, sun, earth, magnetic field

      • Oliver Thewalt

        Is the Sun emitting a mystery particle?

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        • Oliver Thewalt

          5 Pt Avg Normalized PTB Data with Sun Earth Distance

          Image CourtesyEvidence for Correlations Between Nuclear Decay Rates and Earth-Sun Distance Jere H. Jenkins,1 Ephraim Fischbach,1, ∗ John B. Buncher,1 John T. Gruenwald,1 Dennis E. Krause,1, 2 and Joshua J. Mattes1 1Physics Department, Purdue University, 525 Northwestern Avenue, West Lafaye...

          Tags: radiaoctive decay rated, sun earth distance, solar neutrino, jere jenkins, ephraim fischbach

          • Oliver Thewalt

            Radioactive decay in the quantum vacuum (Experimental Physics)

            Radioactive decay  is supposed to be the ultimate random process, immutably governed by an element's half life and nothing else.   There is no way to determine when a single radioactive atom will spontaneously decay, nor any way to speed-up or slow down the process. This iron clad cer...

            Tags: radioactive decay, solar activity, alpha decays, beta decays, fine structure constant, alpha, solar neutrino, density, experimental physics, relativistic quantum vacuum, perfect fluid, string theory development group, charles laster