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Physics * » Neutrinos*

Neutrinos*

A lot of neutrinos come from the sun and they penetrate the globe in a moment.  Also the neutrinos expand and open up energywaves.

That is to say that neutrinos transfer their kinetic energy separately to every atomcore and this is why for example at nights can not be observed stronger acceleration away from the sun even thought one could think so.

How can the impact of small energybundles opening up from the neutrinos towards the quarks be observed?

The spacecraft accelerates its speed in one energyconcentration and this is how in a spacecraft a strong acceleration is observed when the spacecraft opens / explodes energy strongly backwards. If it would be possible to
accelerate the speed of atoms of the spacecraft or of the crew inside atom by atom separately, there would not be observed the same kind of acceleration.