New 'whirling' State of Matter Discovered


  • From our good friend Dr. Mitchell Swartz.


    New “whirling” state of matter discovered in an element of the periodic table"

    June 4, 2020

    Am posting this paper on spin glass magnetic domains because of the material science,

    and the role of magnetic materials in some of the best LANR systems

    such as the M-Nanors and on Pd itself in the active CF/LANR lattice,

    and their possible role in other putative over-unity systems such as Brian Ahern's

    Manelis Engine. The latter has interacting magnetic moments

    within the lattice, producing complicated arrays, briefly covered in: Quasiparticles,

    Collective Excitations and Higher-Order Collective Quasi-Excitations

    in Lattice Assisted Nuclear Reactions, J. Condensed Matter Nucl. Sci. 24, 130-145 (2017),

    and in Oscillating Excess Power Gain and Coerced Magnetic Domains in M-NANOR-type

    CF/LANR Components", J. Condensed Matter Nucl. Sci. 22, 35-46 (2017).

    One of Brian Josephson's magnetic domains is seen in a photograph shown below

    taken of one of their/his (dissected and experimented upon) Manelis billet a few years ago.

    Left side is before, and right side is after a brief magnetization. The Paired photo is from one of

    the MIT ad hoc Colloquia, thereafter.

    Perhaps these spin glass magnetic state(s) need consideration elsewhere.


    https://www.ru.nl/english/news…atter-discovered-element/

    May 28, 2020 -

    "The strongest permanent magnets today contain a mix of the elements neodymium and iron.

    However, neodymium on its own does not behave like any known magnet ....

    Magnets are defined by a north and south pole. ... many atomic magnets, so-called 'spins',

    that are all aligned along the same direction and define the north and south pole.

    Quite differently, some alloy materials can be a 'spin glass,' randomly placed spins point

    in all kinds of directions. Spin glasses derive their name-sake from the amorphous

    evolving structure of the atoms in a piece of glass. In this way, spin glasses

    link magnetic behaviour to phenomena in softer matter, like liquids and gels.

    Spin glasses have been known to sometimes occur in alloys, which are combinations

    of metals with one or more other elements and with an amorphous structure,

    but never in pure elements of the periodic table."




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  • This is probably a very big discovery, which concerns the LERN field.


    Let me explain :


    A magnet is a ferromagnetic compound. Each individual spin is perfectly aligned with the others. In this sense, it is a "spin crystal".


    There are also antiferromagnetic compounds, in which the spins alternate in one direction and in the other, according to their position in the crystal. (In alternate sheets, for example) This is another "spin crystal".


    But these new materials are undoubtedly "quasicrystals of spin". As such, they must produce the same effects as quasicrystals, namely anharmonic summations of phonons, giving rise to the occurance of "breathers" and "freezers".


    Of course, here, in these materials, are moving both phonons (quantum lattice vibrations) but also spinons. (waves of spin) So there must be the equivalent of "breathers" and "freezers" for spinons. That is, places where the spins spin very quickly, and other places where they are "frozen". The interaction of spinons with phonons must produce interesting phenomena.


    First, the propagation of sound waves in metal must be done in a particular way.


    On the other hand, if we insert deuterium in the neodymium lattice, who knows? perhaps we will observe interesting phenomena. What if neodymium was the future palladium?


    An advantage of this new candidate for LENR is that it is much cheaper than palladium, even if it is a "rare earth".


    I can't wait to read experimental reports!

  • In terms of all around good features can you beat the first row of transition metals for mainstream metal/hydrogen reactors? At least when you factor cost, and commonality of your fuel. I guess hydrogen plasma with trace water vapor would be simplest, but which metal fuel substrates have the highest bang for the dineros?

  • New “whirling” state of matter discovered in an neodymium element of the periodic table Physicists at Radboud University and Uppsala University have shown that neodymium behaves like a so-called ‘self-induced spin glass,’ meaning that it is composed of a rippled sea of many tiny whirling magnets circulating at different speeds and constantly evolving over time.


    This behaviour is not so surprising, because ferromagnets have many aspects common with high-temperature superconductors which can generate permanent magnetic field by electrons encircling the superconductive loop. In superconductors these electrons tend to repel mutually being mutually compressed by crystal lattice, which creates a chaotic motion for them. The ferromagnetic materials thus should behave similarly and in scalar physics they substitute superconductors in many experiments with scalar waves. Just instead of repelling electrons across s-, p-orbitals they contain repelling electrons precessing within d- and f- orbitals. So that when we push two strong magnets in repulsive arrangement against each other, we can achieve chaotic orientation of magnetic domains in similar way, like we experience chaotic motion of electrons within superconductor. It's just magnetic i.e. spin-like analogy of pseudogap state in superconductivity made with magnetic orbitals instead of electrons.

  • This is probably a very big discovery, which concerns the LERN field.


    But these new materials are undoubtedly "quasicrystals of spin". As such, they must produce the same effects as quasicrystals, namely anharmonic summations of phonons, giving rise to the occurance of "breathers" and "freezers".

    Thank you for this background, Fabrice.


    Does this mean that this material could possibly keep the deuterium (hydrogen) fuel moving in flux, and thereby increase the reaction? Would that be because of the way the magnetic lines drive material one way and then another? Is this something that could be added to another cathode material to increase LENR?

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    Does this mean that this material could possibly keep the deuterium (hydrogen) fuel moving in flux, and thereby increase the reaction?


    Yes, It may be possible that magnetic turbulences generated by spin glass would increase interaction of neutrinos with atom nuclei even more. In general every scalar i.e. negentropic or macroscopically quantum process could enhance nuclear reactions, which also run within inverse space-time. It's for example known, that superconductive state of palladium deuterides enhances speed of LENR as well. See also AlainsCo thread: https://www.lenr-forum.com/forum/thread/5860-frederick-j-mayer%E2%80%8B-superconductivity-and-low-energy-nuclear-reactions-elsevier-s/


    It's known than magnetic field increases yield of low energy nuclear reactions, but this effects runs at temperatures, when spin glass couldn't be formed and this effect thus has apparently some other mechanism. My explanation involves scalar waves and their solitons, i.e. neutrinos which strongly interact with magnetic field, yet they are capable to catalyse various nuclear reactions (apparently both fusion, both fission, but primarily these ones involving weak nuclear force, like the electron capture).


    One can imagine neutrino like seed of dandelion with parachute: the parachute handle collects weak magnetic force from large area and it concentrates it at small diameter of central neutrino vortex, where field intensity gets so high, it's already able to interact with w/z bosons between quarks. This explains how subtle magnetic field could affect nuclear processes running at much higher energy density.


    But there are also another explanations possible, which may even apply in parallel. For example in my theory cold fusion runs during collision of long chains of atoms arranged along a single line and at low temperatures this linear arrangement within metal lattice improves, because atoms don't wiggle there so much. The electrons within superconductors get arranged along narrow charge stripes, which would improve both linear arrangement of particles, both enable various entanglement processes, which would improve yield of fusion by electron screening etc.

  • Nuclear processes are actually negentropic ones. Not only because they seemingly generate energy from nothingness, but mainly because entropic processes are equilibrial, spontaneous and they don't involve activation energy. But we also know about nonequilibrial processes, like overheating or overcooling, which locally violate entropy being nonequilibrial. And fusion/fission processes are all involving atom nuclei, which were frozen outside the optimum of nuclear binding energies. For example during fast cooling of atoms formed during supernovae explosion, which generated elements other than most stable nickel or iron. Therefore the nuclear reactions actually run in inverse time, because space-time inside of atom nuclei get inversed along space-time coordinate like space-time inside of black holes.


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    From this reason nuclear reactions require high activation energy and they're sensitive to all other negentropic phenomena mediated with scalar waves instead of photons like quantum entanglement, magnetism and/or quantum Zitterbewegung. It's simply physics of inverted space-time, where entropic time arrow runs in opposite direction from our perspective.

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    Do tell me more, this is one of the materials am working with



    So you could try to replicate Craven spheres experiment. In my theory they work because neodymium magnets get crushed into small particles, which occasionally repulse mutually. And repelling magnets just form condition for formation of spin fluid or spin glass state of magnetic domains with Dirac fermions. Neodymium is also interesting by fact, it sucks hydrogen like sponge and it spontaneously changes into dust during this in similar way, like many LENR hydrides. This behaviour was once proposed for recycling of neodymium from crushed waste magnets.

  • fabrice DAVID

    You are right when you said that interaction between spinons and phonons should produce interesting phenomena.

    This is what Hagelstein probably still lacked to explain the phonons reverse effect he expected.

    Finally, this can only generate a resonance phenomenon, only credible path, I guess to explain how to reach nuclear levels with only few eV.

  • Thank you for this background, Fabrice.


    Does this mean that this material could possibly keep the deuterium (hydrogen) fuel moving in flux, and thereby increase the reaction? Would that be because of the way the magnetic lines drive material one way and then another? Is this something that could be added to another cathode material to increase LENR?

    Turbulent dispersal of the atomic hydrogen driven by a spin glass sounds interesting. Like a condensed matter analogue to cumbustion and oxidant/fuel mixture.

    Nuclear processes are actually negentropic ones. Not only because they seemingly generate energy from nothingness, but mainly because entropic processes are equilibrial, spontaneous and they don't involve activation energy. But we also know about nonequilibrial processes, like overheating or overcooling, which locally violate entropy being nonequilibrial. And fusion/fission processes are all involving atom nuclei, which were frozen outside the optimum of nuclear binding energies. For example during fast cooling of atoms formed during supernovae explosion, which generated elements other than most stable nickel or iron. Therefore the nuclear reactions actually run in inverse time, because space-time inside of atom nuclei get inversed along space-time coordinate like space-time inside of black holes.


    9jw5zxk.png IevEbrw.gif


    From this reason nuclear reactions require high activation energy and they're sensitive to all other negentropic phenomena mediated with scalar waves instead of photons like quantum entanglement, magnetism and/or quantum Zitterbewegung. It's simply physics of inverted space-time, where entropic time arrow runs in opposite direction from our perspective.

    This is a reason why LENR must be chemically/electromagnetically mediated, due to data and our knowledge of coulomb forces/physical laws. Lot of words and quantum stuff but it doesn't take this to understand what's likely going on.

  • Lot of words and quantum stuff but it doesn't take this to understand what's likely going on.


    This is because You don't understand all aspects of this model and vacuum behaviour - there is even more words about it.
    Cold fusion is synergy of multiple "tricks", which are merely classical and simple by itself, but they require to understand (quantum) physics well.