Safire eyes commercialization within 5 years, with launch of new company Aureon Energy!

  • Thx Max. Basically he says that Safire (Aureon Energy) are nice guys with a lot of talent, but are way behind the Russians. I am looking forward to Parkomov proving that...hopefully sometime soon. It has been quite a few years come to think of it, since he first appeared on the scene. So far we have only a few new papers, lots of rumors, no product, or patent to show for our patience.


    And oh, he also says Director is very enthusiastic.

  • Just watched the new video some minutes ago before turning my PC on. I am so surprized of them talking so openly of transmutation. Very good videos, they have a subtle marketing going on.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • On the origin of solar wind. Alfven waves induced jump of coronal temperature

    T.M. Mishonov, M.V. Stoev, and Y.G. Maneva Department of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics,University of Sofia St. Clement of Ohrid,5 J. Bourchier Boulevard, Bg-1164 Sofia, Bulgaria (Dated: February 3, 2008)


    Absorbtion of Alfv´en waves is considered to be the main mechanism of heating in the solar corona.It is concluded that the sharp increase of the plasma temperature by two orders of magnitude isrelated to a self-induced opacity with respect to Alfv´en waves. The maximal frequency for propagation of Alfven waves is determined by the strongly temperature dependent kinematic viscosity.In such a way the temperature jump is due to absorption of high frequency Alfven waves in a narrow layer above the solar surface. It is calculated that the power per unit area dissipated in this layer due to damping of Alfven waves blows up the plasma and gives birth to the solar wind. A model short wave-length (WKB) evaluation takes into account the

    frequency dependence of the transversal magnetic field and velocity spectral densities. Such spectral densities agree with old magnetometric data taken by Voyager 1 and recent theoretical calculations in the framework of Langevin-Burgers MHD. The present theory predicts existence of intensive high frequency MHD Alfven waves in the cold layer beneath the corona. It is briefly discussed how this statement can be checked experimentally. It is demonstrated that the magnitude of the Alfven waves generating random noise and the solar wind velocity can be expressed only in terms of satellite experimental data. It is advocated that investigation of properties of the solar surface as a random driver by optical methods is an important task for future solar physics. Jets of accretion disks are speculated as a special case of the wind from magnetized turbulent plasma.


    https://www.academia.edu/20685…mp_of_coronal_temperature

  • On the origin of solar wind. Alfven waves induced jump of coronal temperature

    T.M. Mishonov, M.V. Stoev, and Y.G. Maneva Department of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics,University of Sofia St. Clement of Ohrid,5 J. Bourchier Boulevard, Bg-1164 Sofia, Bulgaria (Dated: February 3, 2008)


    Here the original arxiv link : https://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0701908


    Please do not link the blood suckers Accademia.edu that wildly, just copies data (papers) to track your behavior.


    Here RG link : https://www.researchgate.net/p…KwevY-9x33krU3H2zg&_iepl=

  • Wyttenbach . They are all blood-suckers. Just that some leave no visible marks.


    Interspecies radiative transition in warm and superdense plasma mix

    Abstract

    Superdense plasmas widely exist in planetary interiors and astrophysical objects such as brown-dwarf cores and white dwarfs. How atoms behave under such extreme-density conditions is not yet well understood, even in single-species plasmas. Here, we apply thermal density functional theory to investigate the radiation spectra of superdense iron–zinc plasma mixtures at mass densities of ρ = 250 to 2000 g cm−3 and temperatures of kT = 50 to 100 eV, accessible by double-shell–target implosions. Our ab initio calculations reveal two extreme atomic-physics phenomena—firstly, an inter-species radiative transition; and, secondly, the breaking down of the dipole-selection rule for radiative transitions in isolated atoms. Our first-principles calculations predict that for superdense plasma mixtures, both inter-atomic radiative transitions and dipole-forbidden transitions can become comparable to the normal intra-atomic Kα-emission signal. These physics phenomena were not previously considered in detail for extreme high-density plasma mixtures at super-high energy densities.

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-15916-3

  • Implications?

  • They are all blood-suckers. Just that some leave no visible marks.


    No: https://www.academia.edu is a stalking site. Each time somebody posts a paper with your name in it, they send you an e-mail. Unluckily many people do have the same name. If you by mistake once click a link they make you believe that you did read the paper... and later will propose you to read other crap too. The same crapy behavior site is LinkedIn.


    Even worse are sites like pinterest that do want money of you for free available www content.

  • Walter Thornhill on plasma cosmology and physics in crisis.


    Magnetic interactions may have some relevance to the SAFIRE reactions.


    Recent research shows

    "Astronomers are discovering that magnetic fields permeate much of the cosmos

    https://www.quantamagazine.org…-come-into-view-20200702/

    Last year, astronomers finally managed to examine a far sparser region of space — the expanse between galaxy clusters.

    There, they discovered the largest magnetic field yet: 10 million light-years of magnetized space spanning the entire length of this “filament” of the cosmic web. A second magnetized filament has already been spotted elsewhere in the cosmos by means of the same techniques.

    “We are just looking at the tip of the iceberg, probably,” said Federica Govoni of the National Institute for Astrophysics in Cagliari, Italy, who led the first detection.

    The question is: Where did these enormous magnetic fields come from?"

    https://arxiv.org/pdf/1906.07584.pdf



  • I found this interesting in a past Thunderf00t video on the unlikelyhood of thorium fission based cars.



    I find it quit interesting that such a clever inclusion is rare, but I like it. Even though he is skeptical of nuclei smashing LENR, which he should be, he acknowledges this real example. Whatever hydrogen reaction is going on in the SAFIRE reactor and Suncell's doesn't break the laws of physics and doesn't required much beyond 20th century electromagnetism and chemistry, protruded into picoscale dimensions.

    If these theories are right there should be an avenue for materials with permeating appropriate magnetic and conductive properties.