| July 13th, 2023

Thu Jul 13 15:14:40 2023
(*4e3d9761*):: He even entertains and idea that a nuclear sub could go under the ice to power the trasmitter part —- this kind of thinking is new to Chris who used to regard people like greer (and his ideas) with this social scorn. (lehto is kinda a reddity-bitch)
(*4e3d9761*):: The interviewee from 2004 is interesting to listen to because he got basically everything right. Its funny cause when you start down the rabbithole, you are desperate for truth, but there are some interviewees that say nothing but truth (as best they can) the entire time all in one spot. All you had to do was listen to one of them.
(*4cfb807c*):: Its weird how that works lol, I catch myself thinking this on other topics too; its like re-learning sincerity and authenticity as a modern skill
(*4cfb807c*):: Neutrino detectors are traditionally very big and place up to 60 meters underground: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neutrino_detector
*** Neutrino detector
*** A neutrino detector is a physics apparatus which is designed to study neutrinos. Because neutrinos only weakly interact with other particles of matter, neutrino detectors must be very large to detect a significant number of neutrinos. Neutrino detectors are often built underground, to isolate the detector from cosmic rays and other background radiation. The field of neutrino astronomy is still very much in its infancy – the only confirmed extraterrestrial sources as of 2018 are the Sun and the supernova 1987A in the nearby Large Magellanic Cloud. Another likely source (three standard deviations) is the blazar TXS 0506+056 about 3.7 billion light years away. Neutrino observatories will “give astronomers fresh eyes with which to study the universe”.Various detection methods have been used. Super Kamiokande is a large volume of water surrounded by phototubes that watch for the Cherenkov radiation emitted when an incoming neutrino creates an electron or muon in the water. The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory is similar, but uses heavy water as the detecting medium. Other detectors have consisted of large volumes of chlorine or gallium which are periodically checked for excesses of argon or germanium, respectively, which are created by neutrinos interacting with the original substance. MINOS used a solid plastic scintillator watched by phototubes; Borexino uses a liquid pseudocumene scintillator also watched by phototubes; and the NOνA detector uses a liquid scintillator watched by avalanche photodiodes.
The proposed acoustic detection of neutrinos via the thermoacoustic effect is the subject of dedicated studies done by the ANTARES, IceCube, and KM3NeT collaborations.

(*4cfb807c*):: ^ if neutrino detection does the trick, then a collaboration with many sites could feasibly create a real-time Viz of uap traffic and flight patterns filtering for other background neutrinos (known nuclear reactors/subs)
(*3bd42332*):: Almost makes me want to make a channel about DUMBs but i dont have the time 🙁

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