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Do Dark Gravity Theories Predict Opera Superluminal Neutrinos and LENR Phenomena?

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F Henry-Couannier
Centre de Physique des Particules de Marseille
July 1, 2012

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Abstract
We investigate whether Dark Gravity theories (DG) with two conjugate metrics gμν and g‾μνμρ ηνλ gˆρλ  where ημρ is supposed to be a background non dynamical and flat metric or an auxiliary field, actually predicted the occurrence of apparently superluminal propagations (from our metric side gμν point of view) such as the one recently reported by the Opera experiment. We find that indeed such theories could predict the order of magnitude of the superluminal velocity and even explain the apparent conflict with the SN1987 normal neutrino speeds provided the neutrinos are able to oscillate between the two conjugate metrics while propagating in a dense medium. We then explain the theoretical motivations and explore all possible phenomenological consequences of the field discontinuities naturally expected in some Dark Gravity theories. Since the Opera result was not confirmed, these discontinuities do not actually allow a propagation of neutrinos oscillating between the two conjugate metrics.
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305 comments to Do Dark Gravity Theories Predict Opera Superluminal Neutrinos and LENR Phenomena?

  • Andrea Rossi

    Dr Joseph Fine:
    He,he,he…good, Happy PI Day to all our Readers to !
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Joseph Fine

    A.R.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/data?pid=avimage&iid=iK6n3VF2wGhA

    The link above is to a picture of “Bank Rossii” – the central bank of Russia.

    This is a very interesting coincidence!

    During the current serious situation is not the best time to make jokes.

    So let’s hope/pray we can reach the future peacefully. That future begins now.

    Happy PI Day (March 14 = 3/14)* * (also Albert Einstein’s Birthday)

    Joseph Fine

  • Giovanni Guerrini

    Eric,
    thank you for the answer.

    Regards G G

  • eric ashworth

    Giovanni, Regards magnetic engine. I do not think it can provide more energy than that required to produce its distorted field. Inertia, I believe, is due to this same effect only the mass and field distortion is not permanent as with a treated rod. My own feelings are that more mass produces more kinetic energy but more mass requires more initial input energy. Also it is interesting to observe that the north pole region displays a dark indigo whereas the south pole region displays a yellow/gold colour. I believe the atom has an internal field of binding force energy and an external field that maintains contact with the outer environment. Regards Eric Ashworth.

  • Paul

    Andrea,

    Even the world has growing pains. The e-cat earthquake is coming. The only piece of the puzzle that is missing (for me) is the operational power in vs power out. That number will determine the power weight ratio of any totally self powered system, and thus make or break many applications. The after shock will be direct electricity conversion.

    Unstable structures will fall followed by a period of vast rebuilding.
    This cycle is nothing new, and pre-dates man kind itself.

    Paul

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