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Reliability of the neutrino-gravity correlation effect during the SN1987A explosion



Reliability of the neutrino-gravity correlation effect during the SN1987A explosion



Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Part A: Solid Earth and Geodesy 24(8): 0-719



A neutrino-gravity correlation reported by the RTM collaboration did not met a satisfactory explanation as a simultaneous reaction on the neutrino and gravitational wave radiation produced by SN1987A explosion. Several attempts were made to find any understanding of the phenomenon on the way of some global influence which could provide the observable correlation. In this paper we present some results of the reanalysis of the old data which permits to doubt into a global nature of the “correlation effect”.

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DOI: 10.1016/s1464-1895(99)00104-0


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