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September 24, 2016

Neutrino magnetophere retention; charged particle enhancement of magnetic field?

Filed under: Letters from Ionia — Tags: , , , , — zankaon @ 2:23 pm

What is alleged incidence of solar neutrino per square centimeter penetrating us? Or is such a question just lore?

Wouldn’t massive neutrino with a magnetic moment be deflected by earth’s magnetosphere; then perhaps ‘sliding off’, and escaping to outer solar system? Or would such captured neutrinos flow into one of earth’s magnetic poles, and end up accumulating in center of earth; or re-cyclng in magnetosphere? If so, how many neutrino would accrue, for our magnetosphere, over age of earth?

For charged particles of solar wind – likewise? Also over 4.6 billion years, has this contributed to strenthening of magnetic field? Any other effect of accumulation of charge over such long period of time?

Might the stronger magnetic field of Mercury, despite it’s smaller mass, have been enhanced by capture and retention of charged particles from more intense solar wind, for over billions of years? Hence consistent with such effect (albeit comparatively lesser extent?) for earth?

If all stars, including compact objects, have a magnetic field, then a contribution of charged quanta to enhancement of such field? Thus also for black hole, an accumulation, and influx of charged quanta recycling in internal and external magnetosphere; giving rise to a charged compact object?

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