Solar Neutrinos in the Electric Universe | Space News

Today, we delve into the very core of one of the great controversies in solar physics. In the 1960’s, scientists first discovered that the number of solar neutrinos detected on Earth did not fit the predictions of the standard model of the Sun. In this model, the sun is powered at its core by a thermonuclear reaction, and the production of neutrinos occurs in the Sun’s interior. In more recent years, scientists have adjusted some of their ideas about neutrinos, and news headlines have pronounced that the mystery has been resolved. But should the neutrino problem really be laid to rest? To explore this question, we asked Wal Thornhill for an overview of neutrino production in the Electric Sun model.

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