Category Archives: Cosmic Rays

Schumann resonance

At any given moment about 2,000 thunderstorms roll over Earth, producing some 50 flashes of lightning every second. Each lightning burst creates electromagnetic waves that begin to circle around Earth captured between Earth’s surface and a boundary about 60 miles … Continue reading

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Different Environment for Testing

Dialogos of Eide

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State of Fear Revisited

Cooling the Warming Debate See: The State of Fear See Also:  ICARUS Proves Neutrinos At Least 10 Times Faster Than Light Getting Science Through: Misunderstood Terms In Science Communication Dialogos of Eide

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Particles that can hit the Earth’s atmosphere at high speeds.

Source: University of Chicago Library Enrico Fermi’s notebook of December 1948 contains four pages that represent the genesis of his theory of cosmic rays, particles that can hit the Earth’s atmosphere at high speeds. In these pages, he worked out … Continue reading

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TAUWER is a proposed astroparticle experiment to detect ultrahigh energy TAU neutrinos, using detector towers arrayed on a mountainside looking down into a valley. This test is to study the possibility of replacing Hamamatsu miniature PMTs with SiPMs for readout … Continue reading

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Cosmic Screens

[Recommended] Five Showers (Windows only). This has five showers (alpha, proton. gamma, iron, etc) at 333 ns per time step, and with a much more user-friendly interface than the other showers below. The interface was made by Mark SubbaRao using … Continue reading

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The Moon‘s cosmic ray shadow, as seen in secondary muons generated by cosmic rays in the atmosphere, and detected 700 meters below ground, at the Soudan II detector. Composition: Elementary particle Particle statistics: Fermionic Group: Lepton Generation: Second Interaction: Gravity, … Continue reading

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The Book: A Chapter Still to be Read

While the LHC is hibernating until February next year, outreach efforts are not on hold. Here in Germany, there is a nice exhibition on tour, called “Die Weltmaschine”. This means literally the “world machine” – somewhat better than the “big … Continue reading

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Mysterious Behavior of Neutrinos sent Straight through the Earth

This rendering depicts the future NOvA detector facility on the property. Rendering by Holabird & Root. The NOνA experiment, a collaboration of over 180 scientists from some 28 institutions, will be the world’s most advanced neutrino experiment. NOvA physicists will … Continue reading

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So what about the Missing Energy?

“Death, so called, is but older matter dressedIn some new form. And in a varied vest,From tenement to tenement though tossed,The soul is still the same, the figure only lost.” Poem on Pythagoras, Dryden’s Ovid. It is unfortunate to have … Continue reading

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