Researchers at the
Institute for Nuclear Research of the
What’s Cooking at the Center of the Earth? Brad Lemley, Discover, July 2004
Generator Earth Central
Subject: Generator Earth Central
Date: Monday 21 June 2004
What’s Cooking at the Center of the Earth? Discover, July 2004
It was indeed elating to read the above R & D news item on the possibility now of a set of next-generation antineutrino detectors coming on stream early.
“The controversial idea that Earth has a nuclear reactor at its core” may have found its final theoretical justification in my 1999 book, And now, the long-awaited... Theory of Everything. (Strictly, it is the fluid outer core that is most radioactive, the process peaking in the final neutron decay at the region of the outer boundary.) My subsequent letters to neutrino observatories, LIGO, and UCLA (please see KamLAND Test and UCLA Test), too, may have had an effect on researchers to seriously consider this now obvious Earth model for complete answers.
Nevertheless, it is most encouraging to note that
antineutrino probes to focus primarily on Earth’s core are on the drawing board
at least in
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