- Paperback: 212 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (April 7, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1482620030
- ISBN-13: 978-1482620030
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
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Structural Physics of Nuclear Fusion: With BSM-SG Atomic Models 1st Edition
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Stoyan Sarg Sargoytchev, a Bulgarian-born Canadian, holds an engineering diploma and a PhD in Physics. From 1976 to 1990 he worked at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences on space research projects sponsored by the international program Intercosmos. From 1990 he was a visiting scientist of Cornell University and worked for two years at the Arecibo Observatory P.R. on a Lidar project. From the end of 1991 he took scientific positions in government institutions in Canada, working on projects coordinated by the Canadian Space Agency until his retirement from York University in 2013. His major theoretical work is “Basic Structures of Matter – Supergravitation Unified Theory” published electronically in 2001 and as a book in 2005. The theory suggests a new original approach permitted to bridge the gap between different fields of physics. One of the major outcomes is the revealed three-dimensional nuclear structure of the elements, permitting understanding the basic nuclear and chemical features. This provides a new method for analysis, and modeling in the fields of nuclear transmutations, structural chemistry and nanotechnology. In recent years the author was invited presenter and keynote speaker at two international conferences on nanotechnology: Nanotek-2013, in Las Vegas, and Nanotek-2014, in San Francisco.
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The driving momentum is derived from the change in shape of the unstable particles (kaons, pions, muons and some electrons) as their internal helical lattice structure collapses releasing immense energies of around 1.7 GeV.
The fine structure of the deuteron and helium nuclei shows how proton and neutron combine having a Binding Energy which can be released. Description of electric charge as a modulation of the Cosmic Lattice (CL) nodes explains the anomalous magnetic moment of the moving neutron. The neutron has an electrical charge which is locked-in by the strong SG field to form, with a proton, the stable element deuteron.
Neutrons and protons are interconvertible by virtue of the twisting and folding of the same inner toroidal fine superdense fractal structure, with the emission of Beta particles.
The importance of asymmetry in the geometry of how protons and neutron combine to form complex elongated structures held together by SG binding energy balanced by the hidden energy of the Cosmic Lattice. These compressions of the CL inter-nodal dimensions give rise to local space microcurvature because of changes in distance between the CL nodes of dimensions around 10*-20 m. Fission and fusion are explained by differences in Binding Energy arising from the changes in this microcurvature released as radiation converted to heat. These explanations help in making appropriate choices of heavier elements suitable for nuclear fusion.
John Stewart M.B., Ch.B., B.Sc., D.I.C., Biophysicist, President of Biophysica Incorporated, Toronto, Canada
The non-spherical shape of the atoms predicts a Coulomb barrier that differs in shape from that predicted by assuming spherical atoms. The non-spherical Coulomb barrier around an atom offers additional degrees of freedom that can help to explain why some cold fusion experiments are successful. Dr. Sarg reviews a number of LENR experiments in the context of his theory. For example, he explains how the fractal structure of palladium is changed to silver by absorbing a deuteron, and how nickel atoms are transmuted to copper and zinc in a similar way. He then predicts from the theory that the reaction of chromium with hydrogen should yield an unusual isotope of manganese plus significant energy.
Many scientists find the reality of cold fusion reactions difficult to accept because existing theory offers no theoretical explanation. The theory summarized and applied in this book appears to overcome this problem, and should help to encourage more research on cold fusion as an alternative source of energy.
This book is very important for anyone interested in energy systems that produce clean, potentially cheap electrical and other energy from the so-called "vacuum" of space. Nikola Tesla and others discovered that there exist incredible amounts of mechanical and electrical energy in the ether medium, and the ether medium or active medium, also called 'radiant energy", is the stuff behind the functioning of the universe, in the material realm.
This book is also very important because it reveals, along with his other materials, structures of atoms and particles and shows that the helix is a fundamental thing in the universe. Nanotechnology will benefit greatly from the work of Mr. Sarg, as he details structures of carbon nanowires, diamondoids, fullerenes, graphene, and related materials here, and touches on their use in molecular manufacturing and molecular nanotechnology.
Ultimately this knowledge, if properly developed, can lead to new materials of super-strength, matter-replication and assembly/recycling systems, clean, cheap overunity power, new medicines and surgical techniques, and alot more.