Nikitin Aleksandr. Supernova Sn1987a: Direct measurement of the speed of light?
Submitted on: Nov 23, 2014, 10:51:57
Natural Sciences / Astronomy / Astrophysics
Description: Abstract Frenson James (James Franson) from the University of Maryland in the journal New Journal of Physics published a paper , in which, referring to the observations of supernova SN1987A, believes that the photons can be slowed down due to the effect of vacuum polarization. Respecting James Franson challenging assumptions about slowing the speed of light, allow to draw attention to the following explanation of the problem, which follows from the theory developed by us energy. We believe that in 7h 35m (23.316 UT) at check-in first and then the neutrino burst optical observation Supernova 1987A in 10h 24m [23.433UT], there was a direct measurement of the actual speed of light. In the paradigm of energy theory [10, 11, 12, 13, 14], where all changes and interaction in space defined by the change in the energy characteristics of the cosmos, in the article the following variant: neutrinos and photons "flew" from the exploding star at the same time at the same rate, but arrived on Earth at different times of the neutrino in the early 11160s photons due to changes in the gravitational potential energy and the cosmos in time. Also, the result of the OPERA experiment in the difference of 60 ns between the time of arrival of neutrinos and photons, we have to admit quite possible. Possible cosmological observation and the next experiment: after a registered neutrino burst in about the time [(4ÏE/3-1) H0]1/2 T/C2 seconds (+ Accounting energy and gravitational potentials of galaxies) must occur optical photons supernova explosion that will serve as a confirmation of the theory of energy.
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