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Inconsistencies of Neutrino and Quark Conjectures and their Negative Environmental Implications

Authors
  • Santilli, Ruggero Maria
Type
Preprint
Publication Date
Mar 30, 2006
Submission Date
Mar 30, 2006
Identifiers
arXiv ID: physics/0603262
Source
arXiv
License
Unknown
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Abstract

By using a language as accessible to a broad audience as possible, in this note we present evidence suggesting scientific caution prior to final claims that neutrinos and quarks are actual physical particles existing in our spacetime. We review historical and recent evidence dismissing the existence of neutrinos and quarks as physical particles, and outline recent theories representing experimental data without their existence. We also identify the negative implications for environmental issues of the neutrino and quark conjectures since they imply the suppression of due scientific process on new clean energies predicted by new structure models of hadrons with massive physical constituents produced free in spontaneous or stimulated decays. The note ends with the need of continuing theoretical and experimental research on neutrino and quark conjectures, but complemented, for evident scientific democracy, accountability and societal needs, with theoretical and experimental studies on alternative theories without the neutrino and quark conjectures and their prediction of new clean energies.

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