SUPERNOVAE FROM EXPERIMENTATION ?

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Published: 2003-02-08

Page: 75-81


PAUL W. DIXON *

College of Arts and Sciences, University of Hawaii at Hilo, Hawaii 96720, U.S.A.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

Whereas, quantum tunnelling towards de Sitter space is unlikely in one Hubble spacetime volume, the penetrance of the potential barrier between de Sitter space and the continuum in a classical sense, is only a function of energy. The final evolutionary stage of collapse of stars having ten or more solar masses, may initiate this transition. The presence of active galactic nuclei, B L Lacertae objects and quasars, where these are found to be monopolar and are observed to be 4 to 5 times larger than bipolar objects, are also seen as intrusional events from de Sitter space in this postulation. Where natural phenomena may cause a transition towards de Sitter space, it may be possible to cause these same effects with high-energy physics experimentation. Supernovae (SN) Type Ia evidence some 2.5 times greater luminosity than SN Type II, yet originate from objects of approximately one solar mass and show no trace of hydrogen near maximum  light.  If we are not the only sentient entities extant in the potentially infinite reaches of space and time, and with increased evidence of planetary bodies circling other statrs, is the generation of SN Type Ia evidence for high-energy physics experimentation on other planetary bodies?


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DIXON, P. W. (2003). SUPERNOVAE FROM EXPERIMENTATION ?. BIONATURE, 23(2), 75–81. Retrieved from https://globalpresshub.com/index.php/BN/article/view/187

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