Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

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Re: Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

Postby air.command » Fri Oct 14, 2011 9:49 am

Burnwicken wrote:My head hurts !!!


Is your head perhaps acting as a Neutrino absorber? ... you may be suffering from an undesirable build up of neutrinos in your frontal lobe cortex. .... I'd get that checked out ....
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Re: Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

Postby rocket_troy » Fri Oct 14, 2011 11:00 am

Burnwicken wrote:My head hurts !!!


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Re: Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

Postby cha05cat » Fri Oct 14, 2011 1:22 pm

rocket_troy wrote:
Burnwicken wrote:My head hurts !!!


To assist:

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Re: Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

Postby rocket_troy » Fri Oct 14, 2011 1:46 pm

Shouldn't the cute lil' cars be in the top right hand corner with little wings?

Apparently because "Redbull Gives You Wings"....


Hey, have you ever tried keeping wings on at 7 388,741 663 m/s through solid rock :P

Nah... they settle for full blown diffusers instead :P

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Re: Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

Postby jaquecusto » Sun Oct 16, 2011 12:50 am

Faster-than-light neutrinos face time trial

Did gravity mess with the clocks that measured particles breaking cosmic speed limit?

"Since the OPERA group's 22 September announcement, more than 30 papers attempting to explain the result using various exotic theoretical models have been posted to the physics preprint server at arXiv.org. But one paper2, posted on 28 September by theorist Carlo Contaldi of Imperial College London, bears the distinction of being the first to challenge the experimental calculations.

The OPERA team timed the neutrinos using clocks at each location that were synchronized using GPS (Global Positioning System) signals from a single satellite. Contaldi's paper says the group's calculations do not take into account one aspect of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity: that slight differences in the force of gravity at the two sites would cause the clocks to tick at different rates.

Because of its location relative to the centre of Earth, the CERN site feels a slightly stronger gravitational pull than Gran Sasso. Consequently, a clock at the beginning of the neutrinos' journey would actually run at a slower rate than a clock at the end. "It would reduce the significance of the result," Contaldi says."

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Re: Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

Postby jaquecusto » Sun Oct 16, 2011 2:07 pm

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E1 = C^2 / 6,3 x 10^6 x cos 46º

E1 = 9 x 10^16 / 4 725 699

E1 = 1,904 479 x 10^10


E2 = V^2 / 6,3 x 10^6 x cos 42º

E2 = V^2 / 4 977 976



E1 = E2



C^2 / r1 = V^2 / r2

C^2 x r2 = v^2 x r1

[300 x 10^6]^2 x 4 977 976 = V^2 x 4 725 699

V^2 = [300 x 10^6]^2 x 4 977 976 / 4 725 699

V^2 = 1,8079637 x 10^10 / 4 725 699

V = 307 903 500

V - C = 307 903 500 - 300 000 000 = 7 903 500

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Re: Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

Postby jaquecusto » Tue Oct 18, 2011 6:32 am

Some points not considered at previous posting:

When we extract the square root of any number, we have two results.

Nothing prevents the result is -7,903,000 m / s.

That's the difference between Mathematics and Physics. The neutrino came from a radius smaller than that of arrival. In other words, his trip was "going up the hill."

Under these conditions must occur a loss of speed and a gain in kinetic and potential energy. There is no "extra energy" at stake in this experiment.

But if the result is consistent, some things must be considered:

a) The light (or electromagnetic waves from satellites) walked at speed C.
b) The difference may be negative at CERN. Computational error?
d) The speed of gravity have to be much larger than C.

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Re: Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

Postby jaquecusto » Sat Oct 22, 2011 7:48 pm

DRAW


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Photon and Neutrino depart at the same time, with the same speed and same angle on both ballistic cannons.

The course of both are identical. The two particles arrive at the same time.

Neutrino COMES FIRST

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The angle of the photon cannon is higher than neutrino cannon. Although the two particles have been fired at the same time, the difference in angle between the ballistic cannons causes the photon's path is longer. Thus, the neutrino wins the race.

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Re: Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

Postby jaquecusto » Sun Oct 23, 2011 9:48 pm

superluminal velocities

Bogusław Broda

Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Łódź, Pomorska 149/153,
PL–90-236 Łódź, Poland

"Our model is purely classical and dynamics free. No new physics, nor quantum
mechanics, nor even (classical) wave mechanics is involved. Only standard
classical kinematics notions as well as the statistical method of the
maximum-likelihood estimation (MLE) are used in our approach."


http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/1110/1110.0644v3.pdf

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Re: Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

Postby jaquecusto » Wed Oct 26, 2011 6:29 pm

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Forgetting the math and observing the problem only by the physical side, that is, conservation of energy and geometry, everything points to a slowing of neutrinos:

- The target radius is a larger than the cannon. This trend is expected to gain potential energy and loss of kinetic energy (speed);

- Coriolis Effect: The transverse speed of the target is greater than the transverse speed of the cannon.

- The trajectory of the neutrino can not be straight, it must be curved to compensate for gravity and ground movement. The route is longer and travel time is greater.

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Re: Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

Postby jaquecusto » Thu Oct 27, 2011 12:41 am

cannon
V1 = [6300000 x cos46] 2 x pi x / 24 x 3600 s = 318.256 m / s

target
V2 = [6300000 x cos42] 2 x pi x / 24 x 340.471 x = 3600 m / s

Speed ​​difference = 340.471 m / s - 318.256 m / s = 22.215 m / s


Difference in speed in relation to terrestrial parallels

22.215 m / s x cos45 = 15.708 m / s


Velocity difference in relation to terrestrial meridians

22.215 m / s x cos45 = 15.708 m / s



Total difference of speeds = sqr (15.708 15.708 2 ^ ^ 2) = 22.215 m / s

question:

The difference of space in Italy was approximately 20 meters

Velocity = space???
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Re: Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

Postby jaquecusto » Thu Oct 27, 2011 6:43 am

Corrections...

Total difference of speeds = sqr (15.708^2 + 15.708^2 )
= 22.215 m / s

question:

The difference of space in Italy was approximately 20 meters

Velocity = space??? :shock:

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Re: Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

Postby jaquecusto » Fri Oct 28, 2011 8:52 am

ANGULAR MOVEMENT

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TIME DELAY
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Re: Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

Postby jaquecusto » Sun Oct 30, 2011 9:45 pm

The Earth as a particle accelerator

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Almost all trials to calculate the speed of neutrinos, presented so far, we believe that there was loss of speed for error calculations. (A lot of pretense, no?)

Now consider that, in fact, there was an increase of speed in these particles.

Without the use of elaborate hypotheses that "explain" the gain in speed of neutrinos, we know that the laboratory is in the Italian underground.

We found no difference in elevation value of these laboratories in the network, but we know that when a body approaches the radius of the Earth, it loses potential energy and gains kinetic energy, otherwise the law of conservation of energy is violated.

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Ok, above our present problem in proportional scale. The distance between the laboratory and the Swiss Italian laboratory is approximately 730 km. This represents an arc of 6 degrees.

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To better visualization the problem, we change the aspect ratio of the original situation, but keep the numerical values ​​closer to the real, as shown above.

We believe that the Swiss lab is the 6 300 000 m from the center of the Earth.

As we know that the Italian laboratory is closer to the center of the earth, and to assure that the speed gain of neutrinos during their "down", we, from the known data, deducing the value of "h".

According to data collected on the Web, neutrinos from Switzerland at a speed very close to "c", ie, the speed of light in vacuum.

c = 299799 846.741 m / s

The gain in speed of arrival of neutrinos in the Italian laboratory, after a voyage of 732 000 m was approximately 388.741 7 663 m / s.

Therefore, the speed of arrival of neutrinos became:

vn = c + 7 663 388.741 m / s = 299 807 235.5 m / s

We start now to the calculation of h:

c ^ 2 / r = (vn) ^ 2 / (r-h)

See board below:

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310 meters deep, a very interesting result.

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Re: Is the Earth Planet an Particle Accelerator?

Postby PK » Wed Nov 02, 2011 6:43 pm

Saw a good joke about this today:

"The bartender says, 'We don't serve neutrinos moving faster than C here.'

Two neutrinos walk into a bar."

:-)


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