“An intense cold neutrino field contains an inexhaustible source of energy. Delving into its interactions with matter could unlock the secrets for an environmentally clean gravitational power source”.
Neutrinos, the smallest known particles in the universe, have a penetrating power assessed in light years of lead. It is estimated that roughly 12 million neutrinos per second from the sun pass through a fingernail with no discernable effect. Research at WV State University by Dr. Max Domaschko will investigate his innovative theory in which neutrinos play the role of shepherding the universe through the use of supercomputing and visualization tools. According to Dr. Domaschko’ theory, instead of the observed red shift of electromagnetic radiation with distance travelled being interpreted as an expanding universe, the red shift is viewed as being due to shedding of very low energy neutrino/antineutrino pairs (cold neutrinos) along a photon’s trajectory. Without the red shift expansion theory (an underpinning of the big bang theory), one can take the step of assuming an infinite, eternal universe. The otherwise inferno effect of an infinite universe then becomes a universe filled with a stable cold neutrino flux of the order of powers to the hundreds. Cold neutrinos are too low in energy to cause subatomic reactions but do cause impulses on particles they strike. The sheer number of cold neutrinos make otherwise improbable strikes a regular certainty on quantum mechanical scales. It is conjectured that these impulses are the gravitational force we observe. The unperturbed cold neutrino field is necessarily uniform in energy distribution and flux from all directions as a consequence of celestial equilibrium. The energy distribution of cold neutrinos is slightly changed via reflections from collisions, making the next strike less probable and resulting in a net force.
The probability of a cold neutrino striking an antineutrino is extremely small but does occasionally happen. When it does, it is believed that there is annihilation producing photon energy consistent with the cosmic background microwave radiation (CMBR). The CMBR has been widely accepted as proving the big bang happened. This theory greatly weakens that underpinning. Statistical fluctuations in cold neutrino impulses could also explain quantum mechanics. Applying cold neutrino theory to a black hole leads to the unexpected result of a nearby body seeing its gravitational reflection rather than the black hole. Celestial objects absorbed by a black hole are broken down into their nuclear components and sloughed off as hydrogen atoms with then little attraction to the black hole. This can be seen from the Hubble Telescope pictures of tubular columns called star factories. These hydrogen dust clouds are the regenerative material for continual replenishment of the universe.
Sunlight reaches the earth in 8.3 minutes, yet no aberration is observed in the sun’s gravitational attraction. It appears gravity greatly exceeds the speed of light. Initial computational research will be performed to resolve this paradox by tracking the force coming from the sun’s cold neutrino inertial field perturbed at its visual position and continuing tangential to the sun’s orbit relative to the earth. A slight increase in the distance between the earth and sun should result. Preliminary calculations with the moon’s earth orbit indicated less than a centimeter radial increase per year. This is compatible with the observed increase of 3.8 centimeters per year which is currently attributed solely to tidal friction. Electromagnetic forces are similar in mathematical form to gravitational forces though much stronger. The nuclear strong force is still more intense but only for extremely short nuclear distances. There is a fourth force, “the weak force”, attributed to controlling radioactive decay. The strong, electromagnetic, and gravitational forces may possibly be the result of first, second, and third order cold neutrino collisions. The weak force is related to quantum mechanical fluctuations and may prove not to be a true force at all.
Nuclear physics depends to a large extent on a set of rules. Gravitational physics, exemplified in the instance of black holes, depends to a large extent on extrapolations. Mathematical singularities are assumed where the underlying equations may not be valid. Assumptions are made in theoretical models that nature strives to constrain itself in short equations (elegance). Nature does not owe us that luxury. In order to truly unite and understand the forces of nature, the mechanics behind observed rules and accepted extrapolated models must be understood. Only then, can the insight needed for harnessing gravitation be realized. This is a major undertaking. The ultimate goal is to define and construct a device that will allow a tiny fraction more of impinging cold neutrinos from one side to be reflected than from the other side – in essence, a cold neutrino diode. Gravity is three dimensional (not counting time). Attach the device to a lever arm and you have rotational power to drive a generator with an infinite source of free fuel of perfectly “green” disposition.
The initial aim is to use the computational power of supercomputing to prove the consistency of the cold neutrino theory with established observations. Monte Carlo techniques and numerical integrations will provide voluminous data for visual demonstrations. This can greatly enhance interest in the theory and could lead to a technological boom.