Waveform manipulation (Axil Axil)

Reference:

http://phys.org/news/2015-01-analysis-self-propel-subatomic-particles.html

New analysis shows a way to self-propel subatomic particles

Welcome to the new physics…

We can manipulate the waveform of a stationary subatomic particle by using a phase mask to increase its energy up to the speed of light. This process uses the theory of relativity to convert the stationary subatomic particle into a spread-out waveform with lots of energy applied against the size of the waveform. The size of the elementary particle as defined by the extent of its waveform is increased by time dilation where energy is increased by extending the tail defining the waveform of the elementary particle to satisfy the momentum conservation laws. In quantum mechanics, waves and particles are considered to be two aspects of the same physical phenomena. We can mondify the properties of a subatomic particle by manipulating its waveform.

In a time dilation trade off, the lifetime of the elementary subatomic particle is lengthened to increase the energy of the particle.

The key to this manipulation of the waveform is the Phase mask.

The specially prepared nanometer sized dimpled surface of the nickel micro particles in the Rossi reactor serves as a phase mast to accelerate stationary particles to a ultra high energy wave shapes in the particle’s frame of reference but the particle remains slow or even stationary in the reactors frame of reference.

In nanoplasmonics, it is the dark mode surface plasmon polariton that absorbs infrared photons. So the “hole” / photon hybrid of the dipole must be the subatomic waveform that is being modified to light speed even when it is embedded inside that nickel lattice of the surface of the micro particle.

http://physics.aps.org/articles/v8/7

Big Twist for Electron Beam

One question that was hanging in the magnetic theory of LENR causation was how a strong magnetic field could be produced by an irregular surface, I have just become aware of a potentially new spin (magnetic) amplification process that fits in well with the magnetic theory of LENR and helps explain how a properly formatted nano surface feature on a metal surface could lead to LENR.

A beam of electrons rotating in a highly constrained vortex can have the strength of their spins multipled by hundreds of times. These vortexes are produced by a surface mask where the waveform of the electron is modified by constructive and destructive interference.

Just like a dipole where a vibrating electron is always paired with a hole, and every vortex has two ends, paired SPP has bright SPP paired with a dark SPP. It is the Dark SPP that is both magnetically and LENR active.

For example, the wavelength of infrared light is about 700nm to 1000nm. If the vortex that the Hole/light hybrid is circulating around in is 1 just nanometer, the spin of the SPP is multiplied by 1000. A dark mode Surface Plasmon Polaritons (SPP) with a spin of 2 will have an effective spin of 2000 if rotating in a dimensionally small SPP vortex.

In addition as described above, when the tail of the waveform of the electron or hole is expanded by the time dilation energy uncertainty principle trade off which accelerates stationary subatomic particles to the speed of light, even more spin multiplication will occur, how much…a lot.

These two new quantum mechanical principles of condensed matter subatomic particle waveform manipulation can now explain where the huge strength of atomic level magnetism comes from.

 

  • Andreas Moraitis

    Orbital angular momentum in vortex beams might be one of several possible explanations for the strong magnetic fields that have been observed in LENR experiments. But wouldn’t the vortices have to be aligned (both axially and in their rotational direction) in order to produce a macroscopic effect? Alignment is also a critical factor in the excitation of SPPs by infrared photons. How can that difficulty be overcome, especially if the substrate is an irregular powder? Could it be that the effect is limited to those locations that have by chance the correct spatial orientation?

    • Gerard McEk

      That is exactly what came into my mind. Maybe that in a lattice these vortexes are naturally aligned? At the same time I wonder why the Ni micro particles then enhance this process. Maybe than thes particles can be magnetically alligned, because they are so small?

    • Pekka Janhunen

      Did someone else but Defkalion report magnetic fields?

      • Andreas Moraitis

        I think Celani did, but I’m not quite sure.

      • Gerard McEk

        I believe in ~2013 it was also mentioned by Rossi: He was ‘studying it’. The highly repeatable Laser stimulated LENR requires also (permanent) magnets or a magnetic field. It seems to point in the same direction: SPP are/can be simulated by magnetic and electric fields but may produce these fields also themselves during LENR.

    • Axil Axil

      In the reference I gave below:

      Half-solitons in a polariton quantum fluid behave like magnetic monopoles

      http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1204/1204.3564.pdf

      The experimenters show how the EMF field projects out of the vortex axial to its rotation, that is in the Z direction. The beam only comes out of the vortex on one of its sides.
      A pile of nano particles that have been drawn together electrostatically will form a three dimensional phase mask because of the randomize locations of their surface boundaries inside the pile. This pile of particles will also produce a tightly focused magnetic anapole field.

      • Andreas Moraitis

        SPPs are bound to surfaces (hence the name “surface plasmon polariton”). As said above, the surfaces of the nickel grains – which might perhaps be coated with (lithium?) nanoparticles – point for the most part in different directions, and the same will apply to the wave vectors of the SPP solitons. So presumably only a small fraction of them would be able to unite to a higher collective state. If so, there should be more effective LENR environments than the one that is used in the E-Cat. One might think, for example, of a setup with many parallel nickel foils which are separated by dielectric layers.

        • kdk

          I wonder if it would be possible to use a setup of different materials arrayed such that the em-fields occurring in one reaction can be used to start another reaction nearby. Envisioning something like a cars engine/pistons. Such a series of reactions would probably be more predictable if the setup is possible, especially if it were possible to turn on/off dialectic layers inbetween.

          • hunfgerh

            CF – Theory and Practise –

            Various theorems1,2) formulate the mechanism of “Cold Fusion” by
            formation of a neutron from a proton and a shell electron (e-capture). This process is highly endothermic (0.78 MeV / capture). Attack the electron to do this, e-capture needs a spherically symmetric force on the shell electron in direction to a nucleus proton. This could be achieved if one could use the repulsive force of like charges. This would require about 10exp3 electrons / atom, which are surrounding the atom nearby. In familiar metallic conductors this electron density cannot be generated without destruction of the conductor. Sufficient electron densities (at moderate currents) can be produced only with superconductors in nano-scaled layer thicknesses. For explanation see the picture of a superconducting coated metallic conductor:

            (Take picture from german version)

            https://sites.google.com/site/h2sucofu/home/cf—theorie-und-praxis

            During transition the current from the supply line to a superconducting coated conductors, the current flows to more than 99.9% … through the superconducting layer (Kirchhoff’s laws). The electrons that are previously passed through the large conductor cross-section,
            have now almost completely flow, at the same time, through the nano-cross section of the superconductor. The Speed must be such in the ratio of the cross sections change conductor / superconductor. Is the drift velocity of electrons in a normal conductor 10exp-4 m / sec so the speed can calculated in the superconductor on the relationship A1 / A2 = V2 / V1. Assume A1 = 10exp-6 m2, A2 = 10exp-11 m2, v1 = 10exp-4 m / sec then v2 = 10exp1m / sec. Again, this is only possible if the electron propagates as a wave in the superconductor. On the other
            hand, this increases the charge / time in the superconductor to 10exp5 electrons per atom to the charge density of electrons in the normal conductor. This means the condition for the e-Capture is satisfied.

            1)G.Hunf, DE 101 09 973 A1, Supraleiter mit Sprungtemperatur Tc > 273 K,Offenlegung 24. 10. 2002

            2)A. Widom, L.Larsen, Ultra Low Momentum Neutron Catalyzed Nuclear Reactions On Metallic Hydride Surfaces, cond-mat 0505026 vl, 02. 05. 2005

        • Axil Axil

          The SPP population almost always arrives at a collective state through the generation of a Bose Einstein Condensate (BEC) shared among all the millions of SPP solitons. A sharing of a common EMF state among all the SPPs makes this BEC almost a sure thing , This collective state of the SPPs starts with the nickel powder, then spreads to the newly formed clumps of Lithium and hydrogen nano particles as they form from condensing plasma.

          Because recent experiments have shown that the nickel particles are mostly unaffected by the LENR reaction, and because the SPP produces a magnetic field the projects in only one direction (anapole), the SPP must produce a tightly focused magnetic field facing away from the bulk of the particle. The function of the nickel powder is to initiate the BEC formation process which spreads to the nano particles formed when the lithium and hydrogen condense out of the plasma.

          Both the lithium nano particles and nickel micro powder is electrostatically polarized. This EMF based self orientation of all the particles must play a major role in protecting the nickel powder from the reaction.

          Because the LENR reaction is based on electrostatically directed dipole vibration, I predict that only one face of the nickel particle that is polarized to a negative charge by dipole vibration will be affected by the LENR reaction, as the anapole magnetic field will be facing outward from the positively charged face (the SPP dark mode side) of the nickel particles.

          I will also predict, if a externally applied magnetic field is applied to the LENR reaction, the direction in which the anapole magnetic field points will be perturbed. This external redirection of the magnetic field will damage more of the nickel particle as the anapole field wonders around on the face of the various particles.

          The LENR reaction may occur close to the nickel powder but not close enough to harm these particles. As the vigor of the LENR reaction increases, the edge of the electrostatically oriented LENR reaction moves away from the nickel until during a meltdown, the reaction is carried exclusively by the lithium and hydrogen particles.

  • LilyLover

    Howdy! I’m not against Axil Axil. BUT This one is pure BS. Coming from Physics.org, these days, I’ve quit the hope to receive/read any meaningful content.
    • Anyone trying to read carefully – skip this one. Let me authoritatively tell you that the above – one thesis – described through either theories is not only misleading but is false.
    • Just pass it up because I tell or read and confuse yourself and later-on spend time correcting the distortion.
    Dear people, this one tries to acquire the aura of truth through complexity. Alternative version on Ivory Tower. I’ve studied enough to separate wheat from chaff – So, save your time – and ignore “these” ‘1’ hypothesis.
    Take care & good day!!

    • Ged

      That is a bit harsh. When on the forefront of physics, conjecture and trying to connect the dots between new discoveries is important in trying to find new hypotheses to test so as to get at the functional truth. There is a lot of weird physics with plasmons, and while some of the way it’s looked at in the literature does seem contrived (like “holes” being “a thing”, rather than other ways to envision the matter), that’s just the nature of such a complex and bizarre field that’s still young. Looking at LENR through the lens of such things makes sense to try, to see the outcome and if it makes any sense to do.

    • Axil Axil

      If you don’t like PhyOrg. Read it in MitNews at

      http://newsoffice.mit.edu/2015/self-accelerating-particles-0120

      or the original article at Nature Physics

      http://www.nature.com/nphys/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nphys3196.html

      Self-accelerating Dirac particles and prolonging the lifetime of relativistic fermions

      True, it is a mathematical theory without experimental support, but it looks like it applies to the Rossi micro particles.

      If you buy the article at Nature Physics for $32, share it with us.

      By the way, do you: LilyLover work at CERN?

      However, vortex based spin amplification is supported by experiment.

      Here is the experimental data and associated theory of how a dark SPP produces a tightly focused anopole magnetic field. Spin amplification compliments this process.

      Half-solitons in a polariton quantum fluid behave like magnetic monopoles

      http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1204/1204.3564.pdf

    • Pekka Janhunen

      Yeah, the paper contains familiar words and concepts, but it’s not clear (by reading the abstract which is what I can access) what exactly they claim or found out. If there is no claim then the paper is “not even wrong” … I tend to skip those because usually they do not become clearer even if one tries to read them to the end. Usually.