Intéressantes interventions du Dr Oliver K. Manuel

# 13/07/2008 à 02:14 Avec le Professeur Oliver K. Manuel, Université du Missouri-Rolla (site web)

"Why is there such a schism between these two scientific approaches on a fundamental aspect of the solar system?"

The scism exists because:

1. The standard solar model (SSM) describes the Sun as a ball of hydrogen.

2. The Sun is the model for other stars in the cosmos.

3. Astronomers, astrophysicists, cosmologists and solar physicists do not want to damage their reputations and then spend the rest of their lives re-writing their textbooks to make them consistent with MEASUREMENTS.

A. Multiple space-age measurements since 1960 show that the Sun is the remnant of a supernova that re-formed on an energetic, high-density neutron star after ejecting all the material that now orbits the Sun in an explosion five (5) billion years ago:


Note that measurement A-07 shows an excess of lightweight isotopes in the solar wind over the mass range of 3-136 atomic mass units (amu):

Measurement A-15 independently shows an excess of lightweight s-products in the solar photosphere over the mass range of 25-207 amu:

Both measurements show that Iron (Fe), Oxygen (O), Nickel (Ni), Silicon (Si) and Sulfur (S) are the five most abundant elements in the Sun (1, 2). These same five elements have even atomic numbers, high nuclear stability, and they are the dominant elements in rocky planets and in ordinary meteorites. The probability of this agreement being a coincidence is essentialy zero, <0.0000000000000000000001

The origin, operation, and composition of the Sun (as defined by these experimental measurements) are explained here (3,4).

The influence of planetary motion on solar cycles of surface activity (sunspots, flares, eruptions, etc.) arises because the energetic, high-density solar core of neutrons is jerked around the solar interior as the Sun follows an ever-changing orbit about the center-of-mass of the solar system (the barycenter).

This is illustrated in Figure 2 (page 6) of this paper in press (5).


1. O. K. Manuel and G. Hwaung, " Solar abundance of the elements", Meteoritics 18 (1983) 209-222:

2. O. Manuel, M. Pleess, Y. Singh and W. A. Myers, " Nuclear Systematics: Part IV. Neutron-capture cross sections and solar abundance", Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, vol. 266, No. 2 (2005) 159–163:

3. O. Manuel, Sumeet A. Kamat, Michael Mozina, "The Sun is a plasma diffuser that sorts atoms by mass," Physics of Atomic Nuclei 69, (2006) 1847-1856: or

4. O. Manuel and Stig Friberg, "Composition of the solar interior: Information from isotope ratios," Proceedings of the 2002 SOHO/GONG Conference on Local and Global Helioseismology: The Present and Future, Big Bear Lake, CA, European Space Agency SP-517 (editor: Huguette Lacoste, 2003) pp. 345-348: or

5. O. Manuel and H. Ratcliffe, "Fingerprints of a local supernova," to be published in "Supernova Research" [Nova Science Publishers, Inc., Hauppauge, NY] in press, 2008.

Oliver K. Manuel

As an experimental particle physicist, you may appreciate that the Iron Sun is far less revolutionary than acceptance that repulsive forces between neutrons, not H-fusion, power the Sun and the cosmos!

1. "Attraction and repulsion of nucleons: Sources of stellar energy", J. Fusion Energy 19, 93-98 (2001).

2. "Neutron repulsion confirmed as energy source", J. Fusion Energy 20, 197-201 (2003).

3. "On the cosmic nuclear cycle and the similarity of nuclei and stars", Journal of Fusion Energy 25 (2006) pp. 107-114; or

Oliver K. Manuel
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