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Cosmic neutrino production in the Milky Way
The interaction of ultra-high-energy (UHE) cosmic rays with baryonic matter in the Milky Way produces hadrons which ultimately decay into neutrinos. This constitutes a background for neutrino
Observation of UHE neutrino interactions from outer space
The interaction of UHE neutrinos can be observed from outer space. The advantage of the proposed method is that the Earth can be used as an energy filter as well as a target. We sketch the potentials
Ultrahigh Energy Neutrinos and the Highest Energy Cosmic Rays
It has been suggested that the characteristic energy of string models may be considerably lower than the observed Planck mass. In such schemes, the unification of interactions takes place around the
Towards an algebraic quantum chromodynamics
We outline a quantum theory of quarks and gluons based on fields with values taken from a noncommutative Jordan algebra. These fields automatically satisfy a triality rule: Quark-antiquark and
Strongly Interacting Neutrinos and the Highest Energy Cosmic Rays
Cosmic rays of energies larger than the Greisen–Zatsepin–Kuzmin (GZK) cutoff may be neutrinos if they acquire strong interactions due to a “precocious unification” of forces. A scenario for this to
Overlapping resonance model of deep inelastic electron scattering
SummaryWe suggest that deep inelastic electron scattering can be understood in terms of overlapping resonance contributions to the amplitude of virtual forward Compton scattering. The resonance
Observation of Ultrahigh Energy Neutrino Interactions by Orbiting Detectors
Orbiting detectors will be able to observe showers initiated by neutrinos penetrating the Earth and interacting close to their exit point. There is a correlation between the impact parameter of the