|Via e-catworld.com [www.e-catworld.com]: The following post was submitted by Axil Axil
I read an interesting paper about particles that can explain a few things.
Matter and Light in Flatland
This model of particle structure was invented to explain why a
particle can interfere with itself in a double slite experiment. The
esteemed R, Feynman could not figure this one out. The photon or
electron must be in two places at once, this means that the electron is
also a electromagnetic wave.
As described in the reference, the electron and photon is a EMF wave
that is bent around on itself in higher dimensions. This many
dimensional EMF wave vibrates like a slinky (a vortex or toroid) where
the front and end are taped together. The projection of the wave is
reflected in our 4 dimensional world and that projection of a higher
dimensional EMF structure could appear in two places at once. These two
projections can interfere with each other.
This also explains why real particles must have a resonate energy
level to be real. For the electron, that energy must be at least 512
KeV. In order for this slinky wave to form and connect properly from
head to tail, it must be of a correct amplitude and frequency. If this
wave is less energetic than the magic resonate value, the slinky wave
tries to connect head to tail in a vortex, but the wave is not the
proper size and shape to connect up. So the energy is fed back to where
it came from and the condensation of the particle is retried over again
in an endless cycle.
These failed attempt to produce a real particles are where virtual
particles come from. Only resonate energy levels make real particles
that will produce a properly formed EMF wave that will spin properly in a
vortex for a long time. This is why the lifetime of a virtual particle
is so short, because the EMF wave cannot connect head to tail in a
vortex. The vortex tries to form cut it cannot like up head to tail and
the nascent wave falls apart.
Because of the uncertainty principle, the vacuum produces flashes of
energy at a average rate but some flashes are weak and some are strong.
The weak flashes generate virtual particles that are short lived but the
strong flashes produce particle that become real because they are
energetic enough to connect head to tail in a vortex.
In LENR when heat is converted to magnetic EMF that pumps up the
vacuum, the vacuum becomes increasingly energized, the average value of
the energy content of the vacuum goes up, the maximum average energy
level of the flashes increase, and the number of strong energy flashes
increase. When the EMF is really strong, sometimes high energy real
resonant particles like mesons can flash into existence.
It is these mesons that produce fusion in the volume energized by the application of added EMF energy.
When the added EMF energy is not so great, the quarks inside the proton change themselves and a proton becomes a neutron.
In the case where the EMF produced by a weak magnetic field is very
small, the uncertainly principle can still get the strength of the EMF
flash to a high enough level to produce a meson or a neutron from a
proton but the rate of such real particle production is very small.
Also by Axil (via EgoOut blog [egooutpeters.blogspot.ro]):
The uncertainty principle has a feature called a squeezed vacuum. When the energy density between two or more particles is saturated, a condition called a Squeezed coherent state exists.
When the vacuum that encloses two or more particles becomes saturated, These particles share their waveforms through the 5th dimension with out the 4 dimensional world knowing anything about it so that the particles become entangled and equal in energy.
Saying this in another way, if two or more particles are enclosed in a strong enough magnetic field, they will share energy and become entangled because the vacuum is saturated with energy. These multiple particles become essentially one particle while the vacuum is saturated.
The energetic vacuum suppresses quantum fluctuations and decoherence is disabled. The system becomes entangled with total energy sharing; see
In more detail, Heisenberg's uncertainty principle is any of a variety of mathematical inequalities asserting a fundamental limit to the precision with which certain pairs of physical properties of a particle known as complementary variables, such as position x and momentum p, can be known simultaneously.
When the energy of the vacuum is high enough, the position of the multiple particles become irrelevant in that space, and the particles become the same particle. This is when this set of particles share energy.
A good library of papers about cold fusion: http://lenr-canr.org/ [lenr-canr.org]