Relativistic interpretation of Casimir effect Expanded
Date: Monday, June 28, 2010 @ 23:31:36 GMT
A relativistic interpretation of
Casimir effect could help explain the numerous claims of abnormal
states of hydrogen and deuterium by researchers around the world.
Fractional hydrogen, hydrino, metal like deuterium clusters and ultra
dense deuterium are all terms associated with reports of excess heat
under diverse conditions from wet electrochemistry with Pd co-deposition
cathodes (Pam Boss), to disassociated hydrogen inside a skeletal
catalyst (Randell Mills) or loaded into Pd nano powders (Arata-Zhang) .
A 2005 paper by
Jan Naudts on relativistic hydrogen and his suggestion that the hydrino
is relativistic hydrogen points in the right direction but fails to
elaborate on the unique source of the relativistic environment. A 1999
paper “The Light Velocity Casimir Effect”
by Tom Ostoma and Mike Trushyk proposes the Casimir cavity as a
relativistic environment where the velocity of light appears to
increase relative to outside the cavity.
Full article: http://froarty.scienceblog.com/32155/relativistic-interpertation-of-casimir-effect-expanded/