My apologies if this is old news, but I only just came across this paper by Ugo Abundo (for whom I have the greatest respect) discussing theoretical aspects of the Rossi LENR system by reference to the works of the ever litigious Santilli. Who I like a lot less.
HADRONIC JOURNAL 37, 697-737 (2014) REPRESENTATION AND ENHANCEMENT OFTHE EXCESS ENERGY OF ROSSI'S REACTORS
VIA SANTILLI'S NEUTROIDS AND NUCLEOIDS
Neural Calculus Lab at J. Von Neumann Foundation, via Clelia 15, 00181
Rome, Italy; Email: [email protected]
A recent, independent-party report shows that Rossi’s E-Cat reactor produces an excess heat that cannot be explained via quantum mechanical or chemical processes, thus supporting the possible presence of new nuclear processes.
In this paper, we recall the studies by Don Carlo Borghi on the synthesis of the neutron from the Hydrogen, and the systematic, mathematical, theoretical andexperimental studies conducted by R. M. Santilli on the neutron synthesis via the covering hadronic mechanics and chemistry. We review in particular the detection of an apparent new bound state of a proton and an electron called
”neutroid,” which is solely predicted by hadronic mechanics with the characteristics of the neutron except spin zero, thus being different than Mills hydrino.
We then recall Santilli’s new series of ”nucleoids” which are given by conventional nuclides when absorbing a neutroid or nucleoid, and illustrate their esoenergetic decay into stable nuclides. In this paper, we submit the hypothesis, apparently for the first time, that Rossi’s E-Cat reactor converts, at least in part, Hydrogen into Santilli’s neutroids by therefore avoiding the Coulomb repulsion between protons and nuclei present in current interpretation. The use of Santilli’s nucleoids and their esoenergetic decay then allow a quantitative interpretation of the excess heat in Rossi’s reactor. We close the paper by indicating the reasons according to which Santilli’s new species of MagneHydrogen offers realistic possibilities to enhance the energy output for Rossi’s as well as other Hydrogen-based nuclear transmutations.