Via https://e-catworld.com: Abstract: "Practical Applications of the Fractal Toroidal Moment" (Bob Greenyer)
Thanks to Bob Greenyer for sharing the following link to an abstract he has submitted for the upcoming ICCF-25
conference which is to be held in Szczecin, Poland in August of this year.
The title is: “Practical Applications of the Fractal Toroidal Moment”
Robert William Greenyer
Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project (MFMP), UK
[Vlad]: Please read the very interesting comments as well. Here is one of them:
Axil Axil writes:
Egely is correct; the LENR reaction requires far to much knowledge in both LENR research and PhD level backgrounds in dozens of field of science. But those who have a desire to explore the field of artificial intelligence (AI) might look into training an AI that can connect the dots between science and LENR research.
As an example, an AI can be trained to connect Ed Storms theory of crack formation in LENR with the nanoplasmonic theory of polariton creation inside cracks.
Another LENR/science connection in AI training is to connect the research in "Fractal Toroidal Moment" with petal waveguide condensation in polaritons.
After the AI have been trained, then the AI can explain how LENR research and science support each other.