New Discovery Suggests Quarks Can Undergo Explosive Fusion Reactions
The Subatomic Discovery That Physicists Considered Keeping Secret
Quark-level analogue of nuclear fusion with doubly heavy baryons
The conversion of quarks and color gluons into energy is where the energy produced by LENR is coming from.
Mesons from Laser-Induced Processes in Ultra-Dense Hydrogen H(0)
The origin of the particle signals observed here is clearly laser-induced nuclear processes in H(0). The first step is the laser-induced transfer of the H2(0) pairs in the ultra-dense material H(0) from excitation state s = 2 (with 2.3 pm H-H distance) to s = 1 (at 0.56 pm H-H distance) . The state s = 1 may lead to a fast nuclear reaction. It is suggested that this involves two nucleons, probably two protons. The first particles formed and observed [16,17] are kaons, both neutral and charged, and also pions. From the six quarks in the two protons, three kaons can be formed in the interaction. Two protons correspond to a mass of 1.88 GeV while three kaons correspond to 1.49 GeV. Thus, the transition 2 p → 3 K is downhill in internal energy and releases 390 MeV. If pions are formed directly, the energy release may be even larger. The kaons formed decay normally in various processes to charged pions and muons. In the present experiments, the decay of kaons and pions is observed directly normally through their decay to muons, while the muons leave the chamber before they decay due to their easier penetration and much longer lifetime.
The production of Kaons means that strange matter is being produced