Ritz effect, Eddington, De Sitter, Lemaitre and Gamow, Big Bang, mass of the Sun, Tesla, rheons, Hertzsprung-Russel diagram, Hubble law, X-ray flares,
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
The fallacy of the thermonuclear hypothesis was immediately obvious to everyone. No wonder our astronomer V.G. Fesenkov called it "astrophysical abstraction" . This hypothesis was developed by the English astronomer Arthur Eddington, who built a mathematical model of the structure of stars. But from this model it followed that in the interior of the Sun and other stars, the characteristic temperatures are millions of Kelvin, which is not enough for a thermonuclear reaction (in a thermonuclear explosion, the reaction proceeds at a billion Kelvin). The thermal energies of hydrogen nuclei are thousands of times lower than those needed to overcome the Coulomb repulsion and enter into a nuclear reaction . The absence of intense thermonuclear reactions in the interior of the Sun was also confirmed by the deficit of neutrinos emitted by a star during nuclear reactions. The measured flux of these particles turned out to be 3 times lower than the required one and is comparable to the background of the Earth. But despite such obvious contradictions and thanks to widespread advertising, the thermonuclear hypothesis is now everywhere presented as the final and indisputable truth, along with the equally controversial theories of relativity and the Big Bang, imposed by the same Eddington, who became the new royal astronomer, "who sent all dissenting to hell" [2 , from. 57].