Received: 09 Feb 2018 – Accepted for review: 26 Feb 2018 – Discussion started: 06 Mar 2018
Abstract. This Brief Communication presents a series of model calculations for the electron pair donor densities required for tresino thermal energy generation in the Earth. The crucial density of electron donors is determined from the ratio of He3 and He4 after many years starting from initial densities of the donor pairs. In addition, a new proposal is introduced that connects Cooper pair formations to the deuteron tresino nuclear reaction chain (the chain that determines the He3 / He4 ratio). Furthermore, it is proposed that magnetotelluric (MT) observations may be connected to Cooper pair formation either with or without substantial heating.
This preprint has been withdrawn.
How to cite. Mayer, F.: Brief communication: Electron pair donors and Earth's energy generation, Nonlin. Processes Geophys. Discuss. [preprint], https://doi.org/10.5194/npg-2018-13, 2018.
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This paper presents a comparison of two processes that start the generation of energy from the...