Day 1 :
Nanjing University, China
Keynote: Astronomical observational evidences of magnetic monopoles and its implication of astrophysics
Time : 10:00-10:45
Qiu-he Peng graduated from Department of Astronomy, Nanjing University at 1960 firstly teached at Peking University for 18 years and then is teaching at Nanjing University. He is mainly engaged in nuclear astrophysics , particle astrophysics and galactic astronomy research. In the field of nuclear astrophysics, Peng’s researches involve neutron stars (pulsars), the supernova explosion mechanism and the thermonuclear reaction inside the star, the synthesis of heavy elements and interstellar radioactive element such as the origin of celestial 26Al and where he has published 225 papers.
An anomaly strong radial magnetic field near the Galactic Center (GC) is detected. The lower limit of the radial magnetic field at r=0.12 pc from the GC is B≥bmG. It’s possible scientific significances are following: (1) The black hole model at the GC is incorrect. The reason is that radiations observed from the region neighbor of the GC are hardly emitted by the gas of accretion disk due to it being prevented from approaching to the GC by the abnormally strong radial magnetic field. (2) This is an anticipated signal for existence of Magnetic Monopoles (MM). The lower limit of the detected radial magnetic field is quantitatively in agreement with the prediction of our paper “An AGN model with MM. (3) Magnetic monopoles may play a key role in some very important astrophysical problems using the Robakov-Callen effect that nucleons may decay catalyzed by MM. Taking the RC effect as an energy source, we have proposed a unified model for various supernova explosion, including to solve the question of the energy source both in the earth core and in the white dwarfs and (4) We may explain the physical reason of the hot big bang of the universe with the similar mechanism of supernova explosion by using the RC effect as an energy source.
Open University, UK
Time : 10:45-11:30
John O Roberts graduated in 1969 with a BSc (Hons) in Physics from The University of Liverpool. He has been an Open University Tutor for 30 years and a private tutor of Maths and Science. He is the author of Those Infinities and the Periodic Table (ISBN 978-0-9934667-3-1) He has had published an article Proposed Link between the Periodic Table and the Standard Model, July 2017 in the journal Materials Science and Engineering and an article Implications of the Link between the Periodic Table and the Standard Model, March 2018 published in the same journal.
The mathematics of quantum physics from the standard model using groups U(1)xSU(2)xSU(3) and the Pauli Principle produces two sets of time independent quantum states n(n+1) and n(n-1) where n is the principal quantum number. Oscillations between these states results in a one to one mapping with the Roberts-Janet Nuclear Periodic Table by interpretation of n > 0 for condensed matter and n < 0 for plasma prior to fusion. The mechanism provides a framework for Periodic Tables for every supernova by excluding mass number.
In the lower half of the table occupation by bosons leads to increased energy density following recycling. A suggestion of suitable heavy nuclei to stimulate fusion is proposed.