Posts by gio06

    Sergio Orlandi (ITER project leader) opinions on "cold fusion", gse Magazine "Elementi" N. 37:


    E: Qual è la sua opinione sulla contestata fusione fredda?


    SO: Un approccio ridicolizzato fin dai tempi di Fleischmann

    e Pons. Il brevetto dell’E-Cat di Andrea Rossi, sta però

    modificando le cose. Personalmente tendo a dare fiducia a chi

    lavora e produce ricerca. A patto che si sia sempre trasparenti,

    nei risultati e nelle sperimentazioni. Forse in tale ambito,

    queste, non sono sempre state cristalline. Ma è una strada da

    tenere in grande considerazione.



    E: What is your opinion on controversial "cold fusion" ?


    SO: A ridiculized approach since the time of Fleischmann and Pons.

    However, Andrea Rossi's E-Cat patent is changing things.

    Personally I tend to trust who works and produces research.

    Provided that you are always transparent, in results and experiments.

    Perhaps in this context, these have not always been crystal clear.

    But it's an approach to keep in high regard.


    Elementi_37FF.pdf

    An EV cannot carry a huge charge because of the Pauli exclusion principle. This rule cannot be violated.


    Correct, but Pauli exclusion principle holds only for particles with half-integer spin.


    Are we sure that the current/most widely accept interpretation of "spin" is correct and complete ?

    Are we sure that in particular conditions the electron cannot behave as a boson with spin=1 ?

    The fundamental question is

    What exactly is spin ?

    the answer "a quantum number" is definitely NOT the ultimate one

    Other interesting posts of Kazimierz Mroz on Mills Theory


    https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-best-physics-encyclopedias-for-a-layman/answer/Kazimierz-Mroz


    https://www.quora.com/What-cri…dge/answer/Kazimierz-Mroz


    http://e-catworld.com/2017/12/…imist/#comment-3683702394


    "So Haus decided to redo the model of the electron from first principles, as an attempt to find a way of getting the development of the laser started. He used Maxwell’s formulas in electro-dynamics, Einsteins relativity, the Stern-Gerlach experiment as some of the main resources towards that goal. He was able to tie the parameters of the electron together in a way that produces a model that could be used to do the work required. This model was purely classical and had real world features or physical parameters that he was able use and finish the development of the laser into a working device."


    "After the first device, the Free Electron Laser, to be made with the use of the precursor of the GUT-CP, the second item, the “Millsian®”, is a molecular modeler that is at least two orders of accuracy in power, accuracy, speed and ease of use, greater then any other similar apps based on Quantum Wave Mechanics. is currently in use by over 5000 since 2012. It is free for download and trial use:

    Millsian Software"

    Important and interesting points from a  Kazimierz Mroz answer on Quora discussing Mills theory and Heisenberg uncertainty principle

    ...

    Herman Haus went back to first principles of Maxwell’s electro-magnetic formulas, Einsteins Special Relativity, the Stern-Gerlach experiment among several classical physics based tools, and redid Goedeke’s work regarding radiation in a new way. Haus found that radiation consisted of Fourier components of charge currents. No waves involved. This he was able to use to develop into a real world working model of the electron and from there was able to finish developing the free electron laser into a working device.

    ...

    This all could have been considered a one time wonder, if not for the further work along similar lines by one of Haus’ students, Randell Mills. Mills did the exact same work for developing the model of the electron, took that work to Haus for evaluation and got Haus’ evaluation that the work was all correct.



    hi, my understanding comes from being a reverse-engineer, which is my primary area of expertise that i have been applying for 31 years to develop a particle physics theory (the extended rishon model) and also to understand Dr Mill's motivation. Dr Mill's early career is in NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance). he pioneered many absolutely ground-breaking techniques that hugely improved the accuracy of NMR scans, and his work in this field is extremely well-recognised.

    ...

    can

    Yes, but

    how could this phrase, on electron role, be explained?


    "One is as a carrier of the nucleon and the other is as a trigger for a long range potential of the nucleon"

    As a side note, unless he recently changed his mind, as far as I know Rossi doesn't think highly of theories where hydrogen atoms shrink/expand (see for example 1 and 2).

    Comment on Rossi blog on UDD and Iwamura experiments:


    Dear Dr. Rossi

    In your paper “Nucleon polarizability and long range strong force from σI=2 meson exchange potential”, I have noted an interesting point on the role of electron as “carrier of the nucleon”:

    "A less probable alternative to the long range potential is if the e-N coupling in the special EM field environment would create a strong enough binding to compare an electron with a full nuclide. In this hypothesis, no constraints on the target nuclide are set, and nucleon transition to excited states in the target nuclide should be possible. In other words these two views deals with the electrons role. One is as a carrier of the nucleon and the other is as a trigger for a long range potential of the nucleon”.


    Now, in the Iwamura experiment the CaO layer is hundreds of atomic layers far from the area near the surface where the atoms to be transmuted are deposited or implanted. Therefore, it is important to find a mechanism that explains the action at a distance and the role of CaO, the breaking of the Coulomb barrier and the usual absence of intense nuclear radiation typical of the LENR. An interesting hypothesis might arise from considering the formation of ultra-dense deuterium near the calcium oxide layer, where the high difference in work function between Pd and CaO favors the formation of a dense electron layer (SEL). Ultra-dense deuterium “atoms” are picometric structures, formed by a deuteron and an electron, that can easily migrate to the area where the nuclei to be transmuted (Cs or Sr) have been implanted. In this case the electrons can be seen as the carriers of the deuterons. A quite similar concept has been proposed by G. Bettini in the JONP paper How can 30% of nickel in Rossi’s reactor be transmuted into copper?”

    This hypothesis seems to me more realistic than the hypothesis of formation of di-neutrons from a nuclear capture of the electron, considering that the neutron mass is much higher than the sum of proton and electron masses. Ultra-dense deuterium “mini-atoms”, having no charge but a relatively “long range” high magnetic momentum, according to this hypothesis, may be considered good candidates as the very cause of the transmutation of Cs in Pr and Sr in Mo.

    Regards


    У меня есть статья на русском языке , в котором я описал процесс в реакциях металл - гидридные к выделению избыточного тепла
    К сожалению, я не знаю английского языка, поэтому нет перевод статьи на английский язык.


    статьи приведены термодинамические расчеты и чрезмерный механизм генерации тепла, пример A.Rossi реактора.




    Где мы можем иметь эту статью, а также в электронном виде?


    Можете ли вы дать нам ссылку?