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billion years old and Jupiter 5 Chapt22 Age of astro body #1608 ATOM TOTALITY
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Dirac's New Radioactivity linked with age of astro body; Sun is 10
billion years old and Jupiter 5 Chapt22 Age of astro body #1608 ATOM TOTALITY
5th ed

Posted: Jun 17, 2013 2:36 PM
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--- quoting from Dirac's excellent little book Directions in Physics,
1978, page 77 ---

This continuous creation of matter must be looked upon as something
quite independent of known physical processes. According to the
ordinary physical processes, which we study in the laboratory, matter
is conserved. Here we have direct nonconservation of matter. It is, if
you like, a new kind of radioactive process for which there is
nonconservation of matter and by which particles are created where
they did not previously exist. The effect is very small, because the
number of particles created will be appreciable only when we wait for
a very long time interval compared with the age of the Universe.

--- end quote ---

Now Dirac goes on to discuss whether New Radioactivity is additive or
multiplicative.

But my concern is whether we can turn the Periodic Table of Chemical
Elements around to show that **radioactive growth** occurs equally to
that of radioactive decay. For we commonly think of finding a sample
of uranium with lead and then go on to assume or presume that all the
lead came from the uranium decaying into lead, whereas there is the
other possibility that some of the lead was created from a lower
atomic numbered element and that some of the uranium was created from
lower atomic numbered element such as lead itself. So that when we
find a sample of U238 with half life of 4.5 billion years and find
half the sample is U238 and the other half is lead, we jump to the
false conclusion of 4.5 billion years old, whereas in fact, it was
likely to be 6 billion years old since some of the lead turned into
U238 and some of the thallium and mercury turned into lead.

So we need, in chemistry and physics a brand new chart or table
showing us the pathways of Radioactive Growth due to Dirac's New
Radioactivity.

Now I began to make a list of mean density gram/cm^3 of planets and
satellites:

Venus 5.2
Earth 5.51
Mars 3.93

Vesta asteroid 3.45
Ceres asteroid 2.07

Jupiter 1.32
Saturn 0.68
Uranus 1.27
Neptune 1.63
Pluto 2.03

gas giant satellites
Ganymede 1.93
Titan 1.87
Europa 3.01
Io 3.52

Our own Moon 3.34

Now taking a close look at this table, if we consider some satellites
such as Europa and Io as having been "captured metal asteroid", then
the rest of the table divides into two. Where we have the Sun and
inner planets with the Moon as being 10 billion years old and growing
via Dirac's New Radioactivity, whereas the outer planets, the gas
giants as being a mere 5 billion years old and their density is
evidence of this younger age.

So that physicists need to prepare a table for Radioactive Growth
alongside our presently existing table of radioactive decay pathways.

One of the pathways of growth appears to be heavy water in comets
where there is sparse density, but that radioactive growth of heavy
water is uncommon where there is greater density such as in Earth
oceans. So that if you had water on a comet, it is likely to grow into
heavy water whereas that same water on Earth is Dirac new radioactive
growth unlikely to happen. So physicists need to start preparing
Radioactive Growth pathway tables. Such a table should explain why
thorium and uranium are so strangely abundant in the cosmos when it
should not be so abundant.

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where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies



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