Wednesday, April 26, 2017



1) The complete paper now found on JONP
Cold nuclear fusion development by E. Tsyganov
See please comments here:
Cold Nuclear Fusion Developments” (New Journal Article by E.N. Tsyganov)
2) From Gregory GobleCold Fusion/LENR and all that JAZZ Thanks Ruby Carat,

3) Presentation on Seminar in PFUR April 25, 2017

Презентации с семинара в РУДН 25.04.2017

1. 16-00 – 16-50  A. I. Laptukhov, dr. phys-mat.sci:, IZMIRAN, town of Troittsk "Analysis of the new Rossi experiments, and non-nuclear mechanism of release of excess heat in the low energy nuclear  processes"

2. 16-50 – 17-40 A.N. Vlasov, dr.phys-mat.sci:"Expriments Radiotechnics Univ town of Riazan "Experiments for obtaining plasmoids- analogs of the globular lightnings"

4) Monography and papers by Vladimir Georgevich Sapogin

Монографии и статьи Сапогина Владимира Георгиевича


LENR in a nutshell

LENR is an optical based process where light is trapped in a waveform called a soliton. Think of this structure as Nano sized ball lightning. This ball of light can form in many ways: inside ultra-dense hydrogen, on the surface of rough metal surfaces, inside cracks in metal, on nanoparticles and microparticles, between nanoparticles, and in dusty plasma. But critically, this soliton is not active until it is triggered through the electrostatic effects of a stimulating emission. 

When this soliton first form, light rotates around inside the soliton and supports two degenerate propagating-wave modes: clockwise (CW) and counterclockwise (CCW) waves, manifesting the symmetry of this system. This counter rotation of the light negates any organization of the spin of the light from generating any meaningful magnetic effect. 

But when the symmetry of this counter rotating light is broken by this electrostatic stimulant, like a magnet all spin of the light ceases to interfere with each other and a newly organized super intense magnetic beam projects out of the soliton in an highly organized mode. The soliton then becomes a synthetic analog monopole quasiparticle. 

When this beam of magnetism enters inside protons and neutrons that move into its path, the quarks that make up these protons and neutrons change their type(color) and the protons and neutrons transform into exotic mesons made up of strange and beauty quark types. Energy is also produced in these subatomic particle decays and is feed back into the solitons of light thereby increasing their intensity. In this way, this infusion of incoming subatomic energy allows the soliton to survive for an extended period in a self-sustaining mode while the electrostatic stimulant continues to maintain the organization of the photonic spin. 

Leif Holmlid has been using a laser pulse as the stimulator but yesterday Sveinn Olafsson just told me this: “Leif has applied fast high electric field and sees meson signal”


1) A more than 100% quantum step toward producing hydrogen fue

Date:April 25, 2017
Source:New Jersey Institute of Technology
Efforts to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels are advancing on various significant fronts. Initiatives include research focused on more efficient production of gaseous hydrogen fuel by using solar energy to break water down into components of hydrogen and oxygen. Scientists have now reported a key breakthrough in the basic science essential for progress toward this goal.
2) Harold Jarche: simplifying the complexity (in problem solving)

3) Courage: The Defining Characteristic of Great Leaders

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    Study offers new theoretical approach to describing non-equilibrium phase transitions

    A new and elegant take on Quantum Mechanics has arrived on the scene just in time to help explain how LENR works. With this new tool, dynamic systems are understood to include phase transitions at the extreme limits of their solution sets.

    Dynamic operators that have been only discovered a few years ago are now widely used in quantum optics which is at the heart of the LENR reaction.

    Phase transitions are hot in physics now central to the understanding of the Higgs field, optics with changing indices of refraction, and superconductivity all demonstrate phase transitions and the famous Mexican hat upside down potential that only using the complex number set properly explains.

    We learn from this model that quantum theories need not obey the conventional mathematical condition of Hermiticity so long as they obey the physical geometric condition of space-time-reflection symmetry (PT symmetry).

    PT symmetry challenges a standard convention in physics—the widely held belief that a quantum Hamiltonian must be Hermitian. And, because PT symmetry is a weaker condition than Hermiticity, there are infinitely many Hamiltonians that are PT symmetric but non-Hermitian; we can now study new kinds of quantum theories that would have been rejected in the past as being unphysical. Moreover, PT-symmetric systems exhibit a feature that Hermitian systems cannot; as indicated in the energy levels become complex when energy from outside the system changes in the system.

    The transition from real to complex energies is a key feature of PT-symmetric systems and it is called the PT phase transition. At this transition the system goes from a state of physical equilibrium (called a state of unbroken PT symmetry) to nonequilibrium (broken PT symmetry).

    LENR occurs when PT symmetry is broken in an optical micro cavity.