On Apr 27, 1:45 pm, Archimedes Plutonium
Now the above ties in somewhat to a recent NOVA show I saw last week
about the Sun.
And the item that stuck out for me was to learn that photons created
in the core of the Sun
take about a 1,000 years to get out of the Sun and then 8 minutes
strike Earth as sunlight.
So that the sunlight we are bathed in today was originally produced by
the sun when Europe was
in the Medieval days.
When we combine that idea of sunlight taking a 1,000 years to get out
of the Sun, and the idea
that the plasma physics of the Sun and the strong-nuclear force is a
chemical bond force of proton
to neutron, we can come to various new conclusions about the Sun.
We can wonder if the sun is actually far older than 4 billion years
and likely to be 10 billion years old
because so much of the Sun is hydrogen 75% and 24% helium. For if the
Strong Nuclear force is a chemical
bond, that the other elements except hydrogen are stripped down into
becoming hydrogen due to heat of the sun. Not due to radioactive decay
of fission or of fusion, but since the Strong Nuclear force is just a
chemical bond, that the Sun is continually turning heavier elements
into hydrogen in the Sun.
Now we can think of heat as the kinetic energy of the particles in the
environment and the Sun would have a lot of particles of kinetic
energy, so that if a iron atom were in the Sun's core, Old Physics
would say, once produced, it remains in the Sun until the Sun
explodes, but in New Physics, with the Strong Nuclear force as a
chemical bond, that iron is stripped down and stripped apart into
becoming more hydrogen atoms. So what iron exists in our Sun now, is
newly minted iron and not iron that was there 4 billion years ago.
Also, in that NOVA show about photons taking a 1,000 years to get to
the surface of the Sun and then 8 minutes to reach us here on Earth,
brings up another question that sort of bothers me about Doppler
redshift. You may know that I do not believe in Doppler shift at all,
and that Doppler shift exists only for sound waves
but not for light waves for that would violate Special Relativity. So
the Doppler shift of light in Cosmology must be something else such as
refraction producing the redshift. So this fact that light takes 1,000
surface on the Sun and then 8 minutes to reach us, begs a curious
question. Do we see a Doppler redshift of the Sun, not because of the
motion of the Sun relative to Earth, but because those photons were
pent-up, inside the Sun scattering around for 1,000 years and when
finally emerging to the surface and flying to Earth, would not those
scattering light rays have a "redshift associated with their 1,000
year pent up scattering?"
Now I wonder if any researcher who is actually working on observing
the Sun's light, whether they ever noticed that the Sun as a
"redshift"? And if it does, no matter how small or large that redshift
of Sunlight is,
what it means is that Doppler redshift was a fake physics idea. It was
alright for sound waves, but it was never correct for light waves.
Now it maybe that the pent up photons of the Sun have no redshift at
all, and not to trouble the Doppler redshift. And if that is the case,
well, there is still the curvature of the Cosmos that dispels the
Doppler redshift. But I am concerned that maybe the Sun itself
disproves the Doppler redshift, because if the Sun
does in fact have a Doppler redshift that observers were too loathe to
report or not careful in noticing the redshift, than that would be
vital new and important news, because the Sun cannot have a redshift
for the distance from Sun to Earth and the speeds involved cannot
support a Doppler redshift.
whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies