The current Standard Solar Model is the biggest hurdle to scientific progress

The current Standard Solar Model is the biggest hurdle to scientific progress

The thermonuclear research was initiated by theoretical physicists in the early 1920s based on pure speculation. Georgii Gamow, Robert Atkinson, and Fritz Houtermans proposed that the energy production in stars was derived from the collision of atomic nuclei. Gamow…

Einstein discarded 99.99% of the physical reality of the universe

Einstein discarded 99.99% of the physical reality of the universe

The notion of space-time is an imaginary concept that was first introduced by the mathematician Hermann Minkowski. The original non-Euclidion geometry of Riemann dealt only with space as an amorphous continuum. But, Minkowski made it metric. Riemann did not present…

The emerging new physics myth of quark fusion

The emerging new physics myth of quark fusion

The emerging new physics myth of quark fusion is far more complicated than the myth of thermonuclear furnace that believed to exist at the core of our star. However, the fantasy notion of quark fusion is supposed to involve the fusion of elementary particles known…

Super-intense magnetic field at the center of every galaxy

Super-intense magnetic field at the center of every galaxy

What is present at the center of every galaxy or any larger scale structure is not a super-massive black hole, but an ultra-intense magnetic field. The intensity of magnetic field at that location is so enormous (at least several billion Gauss) and the field…

Study provides evidence for externally powered Sun

Study provides evidence for externally powered Sun

A new study published in the International Journal of Current Research provides evidence for externally powered Sun, challenging the concepts of the Standard Solar Model (SSM). The study suggests our star is not an isolated celestial body, but rather it is linked…

The observed influence of gamma­-ray bursts on Earth’s magnetic field

The observed influence of gamma­-ray bursts on Earth’s magnetic field

Gamma Ray Bursts (GRBs) are the brightest explosions in the Universe. They are detected by orbiting space telescopes at the rate of about one a day. The number that could be detected from Earth should be much higher than the current rate, but the efficiency of the…