On the Problem of Neutrino Mass in the Aspect of the Detected Spatial Anisotropy of Temporal Variations of Solar Neutrinos Flux
American Journal of Aerospace Engineering
Volume 2, Issue 3, June 2015, Pages: 11-29
Received: Sep. 2, 2015; Accepted: Sep. 17, 2015; Published: Oct. 15, 2015
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A. G. Syromyatnikov, St. Petersburg University, Department of Physics, Universitetskaya Nab., St. Petersburg, Russia
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Mass of the muon and tau-neutrinos are calculated. Set the integer 2:5 ratio between the mass of muon neutrinos and muon ultra-light weight torsion. Found that the calculated mass of the tau-neutrino is the same as the largest with heat 3/2 T relic neutrinos. In the standard model T = 2K. Considering the temperature of the relic neutrinos as the effective gravitational temperature TΓ = 2/9 M for some mass M,it isfollowed ratio M=3m, corresponding to reactions of the dissolution of the relic neutrinos by three sterile active Tau-neutrinos. Solar neutrino flux measurements data and its temporal variations in the Chlorine-Argon experiment for the period 1970-1994, examined with particular attention near dated frontiers of solar activity (FSA), which defined by means of the key criterion of 2ln2 in point a significant manifestation of the influence the Sun eccentric planets. Review shall be carried out within the framework of the standard model, taking into account the gravity. The results are presented in the form of pie charts in a consecutive temporary scan on a direct ascent of Earth's orbital position α, recalculated according to the date of the middle of each of the series of measurements. The corners of the sectors 35° and more defined for temporary length of each dimension.The amplitude of the sector is equal to the measured magnitude of neutrino flow minus the constant component 2.57 SNU. All charts show the priority direction of the solar neutrino flux detector checked by angles α = 271°, δ = 40º (-15º) axis of anisotropy of Galactic Gamma-radiation, as well as a number of less significant in transverse to the axis of the direction. Researched the relationship between solar activity, seismic activity of the Earth and neutrinos flows registered in chlorine-argon experiment for the period 1970-1994, as well as in the SAGE for the period 1970-2008years.There are correlations of solar activity with seismic activity of the Earth and the positive correlation between seismic activity of the Earth and the neutrino flow variations, reaching 95% when taking into account the peculiarities of the matching of dates of solar maximums with FSA dates 1978, 1993-5 and 2002.It turned out that all known and perhaps predicted on 2018 year the greatest average annual values of the flow of solar cosmic rays which defines corresponding dose fall exactly on the years of FSA defined on the planets eccentric.
Keywords
Solar Activity, the Seismic Activity of the Earth, Neutrino Flux Registrated in Chlorine-Argon Experiment and Sage, Anisotropy, Correlation
To cite this article
A. G. Syromyatnikov, On the Problem of Neutrino Mass in the Aspect of the Detected Spatial Anisotropy of Temporal Variations of Solar Neutrinos Flux, American Journal of Aerospace Engineering. Vol. 2, No. 3, 2015, pp. 11-29. doi: 10.11648/j.ajae.20150203.11
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