Do Neutrinos pass through the Earth?
Earth has a solid core - how else could it weigh
so much? - But could there be another explanation?
Place a nuclear reactor that produces neutrinos with a particular signature exactly on the opposite side of the Earth from one of the active neutrino detectors:
...According to standard theories on Earth's structure, it ought to be a continuous mass through the entire body, thus enabling neutrinos to travel from the nuclear reactor to the detector.
However, if the Earth exhibits the same behavior - though on a much smaller scale - as it does according to my proposal as to the Sun interior behaviour, then no neutrinos ought to reach the detector:
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