Tresinos and LENRs' role in the composition of the Universe...
Mayer Applied Research Inc. and cold fusion...
Mayer Applied Research Inc. History, Skill-Set and Commercialization Efforts
I'm interested in Frederick Mayer et.al. and am putting together a compilation.
Note: I also present an unrelated paper reflecting the importance of Schwinger's early works.
Reviewing this excellent ICCF18 summary for insight. A must read in order to follow commercialization of this technology, including an early E-Cat replication/review. Rich in names and organizations to look into now, 2020 hindsight from 1990, 1992, 2013, 2019, and today 2020. Just a start. -gbgoble
Scientific and Commercial Overview of ICCF18 by David J. Nagel
INFINITE ENERGY • ISSUE 112 • NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2013
Meyers at ICCF 18 - 2013
Andrew Meulenberg, of the Science for Humanity Trust, and Sinha presented an ICCF18 paper on a composite model for LENR in linear defects of a lattice. It brought together two concepts. The first was the <b>1990 idea of Schwinger that cold fusion requires a formulation that includes electric and nuclear forces in a single wave function, all parts of which are coherent. That is, the normal Born-Oppenheimer separation of atomic and nuclear forces has to be abandoned.</b>
Compact Objects with Deeply Bound Levels There is a body of theoretical work on mechanisms for LENR that envisions the formation of objects which are intermediate between atoms and nuclei in both their size and binding energies. They have protons or deuterons at their core and associated electrons. Their formation would release energies much larger than the binding energy of hydrogen, but still very small compared to nuclear energies. Concepts and theories for compact objects have been advanced by Randall Mills, Jacques Dufour, Horace Heffner, Sinha and Meulenberg, and <b>Frederick Mayer and John Reitz. The last pair predict formation of an object they call a Tresino with two electrons around a proton or deuteron. The electrons are thought to be spin aligned, so that magnetic coupling supplies binding energy sufficient to stabilize the arrangement. The orbital radius is computed to be 386 femtometers, with a binding energy of 3.7 keV</b>
It is the opinion of some people, this reviewer included, <b>that the mechanisms behind LENR will be found to be important in other areas of science. This is certainly not a new idea. Two theoretical papers can be cited as evidence. In one, F.J. Mayer and J.R. Reitz applied ideas, which were developed to explain LENR, to two major current problems in science, the heating of the earth and the nature of dark matter (Intl. J. Theoretical Physics, Vol. 45, 2006).</b>
Superconductivity and Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions
February 2019 Journal - Results in Physics
Authors: Frederick J. Mayer, Mayer Applied Research Inc.
It is proposed that the excess-energy released in Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions (aka cold fusion) is initiated in a phase-transition yielding a fraction of superconducting electrons, which then start a deuteron-driven chain of nuclear reactions recently detailed in the geophysics arena.
International Journal of Cosmology, Astronomy and Astrophysics
Letter to Editor Open Access
Article Info *Corresponding author: Frederick J Mayer Mayer Applied Research Inc. 1417 Dicken Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48103 USA E-mail: [email protected] Received: October 27, 2020
Accepted: November 9, 2020
Published Today: November 13, 2020
"Cosmic Implications of Tresino Formation: A Narrated Review"
Int J Cosmol Astron Astrophys. 2020; 2(1): 112-114.
Tresino formation plays an important role in determining the composition of the universe from late in the early Universe until now. This letter presents a simplified version of our Baryon Phase Transition cosmology to clarify how the composition evolved to become what it is.
Hydron Reactions in Metals
SBIR Phase I - 1992 Department of Defense Missile Defense Agency
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