Ultra-dense hydrogen and Rydberg matter—a more informal general discussion thread

  • This is very similar with my(and Vavra Jerry et.al.) theory od Cold Fusion and so I sent the paper to the authors.

    Thsnk you for your information.


    We discuss the signatures of electron states which are highly localized around the nucleus. A theory of electron transitions into such highly localized states is proposed, with good correspondence to the observed reaction dynamics. Understanding the underlying nuclear reaction requires further investigation. With respect to applications, the discovered process implies the possibility of sustainable energy productionfrom fuels comprising hydrogen, nickel, and lithium

  • Interesting finding Lou. Worth having a look at.

    However this does not seem to be related to ultra dense hydrogen. Hydrogen is not mentioned as a key element.

    Nor is Rydberg matter mentioned. However the lithium mentioned might be brought into a Rydberg state looking at the temperatures applied. Not sure they have Rydberg matter in mind but maybe they did not mention it on purpose.

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    Interesting finding Lou. Worth having a look at.

    However this does not seem to be related to ultra dense hydrogen.

    Nor is Rydberg matter mentioned. However the lithium mentioned might be brought into a Rydberg state looking at the temperatures applied. Not sure they have Rydberg matter in mind but maybe they did not mention it on purpose.

    If one sees conditions where Rydberg matter can form, is quite possible that is happening even if the researcher or inventor is completely unaware of it.

  • Interesting finding Lou. Worth having a look at.

    However this does not seem to be related to ultra dense hydrogen. Hydrogen is not mentioned as a key element.

    Nor is Rydberg matter mentioned. However the lithium mentioned might be brought into a Rydberg state looking at the temperatures applied. Not sure they have Rydberg matter in mind but maybe they did not mention it on purpose.

    which enable the presence of metastable electron orbitals, highly localized electron orbitals and/or close electron-nucleus proximity orbitals ("Electron Mediated Nuclear Reaction Promoting Orbitals" or EMNRPOs) around a nucleus in the fuel. Said orbitals may have "Electron Mediated Nuclear Reaction Promoting Orbital Electrons" (EMNRPOEs) having "Electron Mediated Nuclear Reaction Promoting Orbital Electron Total Energies" (EMNRPOETEs).

    highly localized electron orbitals and/or close electron-nucleus proximity orbitals

    ==>This seems to be electron deep orbit.