on 08 June 2015. Posted in Ритмы в живых и неживых системах

Evidence for Correlations Between Nuclear Decay Rates and Earth-Sun Distance*

J.H. Jenkins1, Ephraim Fischbach1 et al  pdf   

1 Physics Department, Purdue University, 525 Northwestern Avenue, West Lafayette, Indiana, 47907, USA

Unexplained periodic fluctuations in the decay rates of 32Si and 226Ra have been reported by groups at Brookhaven National Laboratory (32Si), and at the Physikalisch-Technische-Bundesandstalt in Germany (226Ra). We show from an analysis of the raw data in these experiments that the observed fluctuations are strongly correlated in time, not only with each other, but also with the distance between the Earth and the Sun. Some implications of these results are also discussed, including the suggestion that discrepancies in published half-life determinations for these and other nuclides may be attributable in part to differences in solar activity during the course of the various experiments, or to seasonal variations in fundamental constants.

 Keywords: alpha decays, beta decays, solar activity, fine structure constant, neutrinos

arXiv:0808.3283 [astro-ph].

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в формате *.pdf:      www.biophys.ru/archive/rhythm-00007.pdf


Presentation: "Fischbach, Jenkins, and Sturrock et al.// Evidence of Solar Influences on Nuclear Decay Ratesreport

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