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Dr. Ricardo L. Carezani
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Dr. Ricardo L. Carezani (Abstracts)
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  • Neutrinos at Fermi Lab (1998) [Updated 8 years ago]
    by Ricardo L. Carezani   read the paper:

    Questions regarding neutrino detection at FermiLab and elsewhere,
    where neutrino beams are under the control of a proton beam that is turned on
    and off, were answered privately several times. Because the questions continue
    to surface, we include the answer as a FAQ (Frequently Asked Question).

    As the question is directly related to "background" events which
    yield the same neutrino-like reaction, and also to the "shield" or
    "filter" used to reduce the background, a detailed analysis of the
    problem follows.

  • Nucleus-Nucleus Collision (1998) [Updated 8 years ago]
    by Ricardo L. Carezani   read the paper:

    Part of the smaller Linear Momentum Transfer
    (LMT) found in Nucleus-Nucleus collision is explained by the application of
    autodynamics equations. The "missing mass" or "missing
    momentum" in RaE, 238U, muon decay and similar phenomena like anomalous
    mean pass, electron-electron and proton-proton annihilation, all have in common
    that the failure to explain the experimental values found is due to the
    application of special relativity equations. Autodynamics equations apply to
    these phenomena and explain precisely the results obtained experimentally. The
    momentum sum of all the products after compound nucleus fission has only a
    limited relation to the original projectile's momentum. In nucleus-nucleus
    collision, the "missing momentum" is inherent to the phenomenon
    itself. Looking at the experimental energies found causes a new idea to arise
    as proposed in this paper: a chain reaction.

  • Super-Kamiokande: Super-Proof for Neutrino Non-existence (1998) [Updated 8 years ago]
    by Ricardo L. Carezani   read the paper:

    One can agree or disagree with the Walt Disney?s philosophy used in his characters, but
    there is a world wide consensus that Fantasia is
    Disney?s conception.
    Twentieth century Physic?s equivalent of
    Fantasia has been the Neutrino. During the last
    67 years (1998-1931) some of the most fantastic
    explanations and experiments were invented involving Neutrinos: Pauli?s creation to save SR?s
    inability to explain energy and momentum conservation in the historic RaE experiments.

  • A New Experiment With RaE (1988) [Updated 4 years ago]

    The classic discrepancy between a calorimetric measurement of the total decay energy of RaE (210/83 Bi) and the kinetic energy calculated to be available by special relativity from the element's beta decay velocity spectrum led to Pauli's postulate of the neutrino. A new experiment is proposed in which a calorimetric measurement can be used to judge the validity of the kinetic energy formula of special relativity, independent of the existence of neutrinos.