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Experimental Evidence for Physical Reality of Theta Wave by Change in Radionuclide Decay Rates

01 Jan 2010-

AbstractBy analysis performed on two independent experiments on radionuclide decay rates, we inferred the physical reality of de Broglie waves. The unexpected result of a variation of decay rates of 32Si and 226Ra with Earth-Sun inverse squared distance, clearly related with solar neutrino flux, is accounted here as a physical action of de Broglie empty waves. The highly illusive neutrino could not account for that rate change unless we consider them as a quantum particle in the causal and non-linear quantum physics framework. Other experiment here studied relating solar flares and changes in 54Mn decay rate reinforce the assumption that the solar neutrino flux is the reason for that variation, with neutrino as a quantum particle in de Broglie framework. In addiction, over and above of discuss further possibilities to confirm, or not, ours conclusions, we report some experimental setups which is only possible of interpretation if we consider the reality of Theta waves.

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