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Roberto Conde Ojeda
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La paradoja del infinito de Galileo
Atención: Esto es una traducción de  Roberto Conde  de un artículo de Kevin Delany . La historia moderna del infinito empieza con Galileo. Galileo descubrió algo interesante acerca de los conjuntos no acotados. Descubrió que si asignabas una correspondencia...

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Some time ago ther was a discussion in an interesting post https://plus.google.com/100479352836033641546/posts/cG47Wt4Cpru
Brian Koberlein argued that the electric models of the sun were wrong because we had a image of the sun using neutrinos.
I argued that in an electric model, fusion and neutrino generation would take place but, instead of gravitationally-driven into the core, it would be electrically-driven in the photosphere (and probably the corona).
He argued that then we should see a ring (well, not a ring but somethin like this https://www.noao.edu/image_gallery/html/im0636.html) instead of a disc in the image.
I argued that the image seemed to have very low resolution and that I would like to see the data.
At that point, sadly, Brian Koberlein closed the the comments (showing little interest in an actual discussion)

+Peter Speckmayer +Richard Hobson +Dan Weese +Shawn H Corey  and others went into the issue too.

Well, looking into the source data at http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ex/0508053 we can see that the resolution is, well... judge yourself.
If the image is made using this data, in fact I suspect each pixel may be bigger than the sun xD. Try to find your "ring" there.

I guessed the scientific community had better weapons to "put the EU to rest".
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