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uranium 238 is transmuted by a fast neutron in a fission process, external energy required!.
I'm not talking about nuclear fission, I'm talking about radioactive decay. Uranium-235 decays on its own, without any external neutrons required, with a half-life of around 4.5 billion years.
gravity is what causes the attraction between particles and anti particles, which result in an explosion.
Not in most cases. Gravity is far too weak on subatomic scales for that to work.
neutrinos and anti-neutrinos don't interact a cp violation. gravity doesnot produce an attraction between neutrinos and anti-neutrinos.
This is the second time you've stated this non-sequitur. Gravity has nothing to do with CP violation.
neutrinos occupy the same spacetime location.
This is the second time you've made this claim without providing evidence for it. We know that two neutrinos can't occupy the same quantum state because they have a spin of 1/2. Quantum mechanics forbids it.
this transmution and subsequent reversion is one neutrino joining another to result in a higher energy neutrino.
That would violate conservation of lepton number.
a boson is not a fermion particle
Well of course not. No one said that they were. One has integral spin and the other has half-integral spin. Neutrinos are fermions, though. They have a spin of 1/2.
bosons are now classified as particle because not to do so, would refute the higgs boson's experimental finding of an energy charge signature.
That's plainly untrue. Bosons were known to be particles long before the Higgs boson was discovered.
researcher are clueless to explain.
Clueless to explain what?
a field within a field, a wave with a wave, has no fermion basis.
Nobody said that bosons were fermions. You are creating a straw-man argument.
it is a charge devoid of matter, a hole with a spin. not bound by gravity
Some bosons don't have a charge, like photons and gluons. Some do, such as the W+ and W- particles. Helium-4 nuclei are bosons as well, and they have a positive net charge due to their proton content. But neutrinos aren't bosons.
Bosons do interact via gravity. Remember gravitational lensing? Photons, which are bosons, are known to have their paths distorted by gravitational fields.
not the first contradictory statement uttered in science!
The "contradiction" is all in your mind.
bosons belong in the quantum realm, they are zero mass, zero charge, with a twist(spin) i.e. a photon. zero mass = not a particle.
The W+ and W- bosons actually have a very high rest mass and they also have electric charge. Also, photons don't have zero total mass. They have a mass equal to their energy content through the relationship E=mc2.
a photon is a particle that lack a basis for it's charge!
Photons don't have a charge.
is the warping of space/time a homogenous feature without imperfections, some academics, obviously think so!
I don't understand what this sentence means.