Spin Waves and LENR (Axil Axil)

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There are at least three LENR systems now that have now reported strong RF radiation coming from the system. It could be that RF is an integral part of the LENR reaction, either a driver and/or a result of the reaction, thus providing a major clue to how LENR works.

The presence of RF emanating from these LENR reactors comes from the existence of spin waves that derives from the electrons and other magnetic particles that receive and transmit energy from the reactor.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=St4ykzFYJts

When energy is applied to the spins of electron and/or magnetons pairs, that pair precesses. I am using the term magneton to identify the magnetic moment of the Surface Plasmon Polariton (SPP). Precession is a change in the orientation of the rotational axis of a rotating body. This precession stores energy as magnetic force and also is transferred to the mass of the electrons and magnetons that makeup the spin wave. In atomic physics, the Bohr magneton (symbol μB) is a physical constant and the natural unit for expressing the magnetic moment of an electron caused by either its orbital or spin angular momentum. The electron magnetic moment, which is the electron’s intrinsic spin magnetic moment, is approximately one Bohr magneton. There is a potential for a large amount of energy storage in the spin wave. The SPP is the particle that allows open ended energy storage in the spin wave. For example, energy content of magnetons will increase by advancing the energy and the associated frequency of the photons that comprise these magnetons from infrared into the x-ray range.

The frequency of the RF from the spin wave is proportional to the energy contained in the spin wave. A high frequency RF emission from a LENR reactor means that it is producing a large amount of energy that is being released as RF and then converted from RF to heat by the reactor structure.

RF from spin waves is produced when energy is added or released from the spin wave. This energy equalization process is what produces the spin wave. This energy equalization process produces and imbalance in the precession frequencies from one pair of spin particles to the next in the magnetic particle sea that will ripple throughout the entire sea of those particles. These waves are what produce RF.

Be advised; learn about spin waves if you want to understand LENR.

The particle and associated charge separation that occurs in “Hole Superconductivity” produced in metalized alkali hydrides is what generates the anapole magnetic fields that are central to the LENR reaction. In metalized alkali hydrides, the positive charges are confined to the interior of the crystal and the negative charges are expelled by the Meissner effect to the exterior surface of the crystal. The spin waves that form are also partitioned with the North Poles all confined to the center of the crystal and the south poles confined to the exterior surface of the crystal. The monopole flux lines are a vector sum based on the precessing angle of the particle spin waves. The North Pole of the magnetic field come from the center of the crystal and the South Pole come from the magnetic flux lines emanating from the exterior surface of the crystal.

One of the important magnetic amplification mechanisms that superconductivity provides is that all the particles are aligned in the same direction. In a metallic magnet, only a small fraction of the magnetic particles are aligned along the magnetic flux lines resulting in very weak magnetic field production. Simply stated, the metalized alkali hydrides produce super magnetism.

The magnetic particles that comprise the spin wave don’t move, so most of the energy is magnetic. There is momentum transfer as the differences in magnetic spin travel across the surface of the spin wave. One magnetic particle passes magnetic energy to the next…that is momentum transfer.

Deflector Shields and LENR

Space travel during a solar storm just became a little less risky. UK scientists working at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory near Oxford and the universities of York and Strathclyde have tested a “mini-magnetosphere” enveloping a model spacecraft in the lab. It turns out that their prototype offers almost total protection against high energy solar particles. By mimicking the natural protective environment of the Earth, the researchers have scaled the protective magnetic bubble down into an energy efficient, yet powerful deflector shield.

This astounding achievement is a big step toward protecting sensitive electronics and the delicate human body against the radioactive effects of manned missions between the planets. It may sound like science fiction, but future astronauts may well shout the order to “RAISE SHIELDS!” if the Sun flares up during a 36 million mile journey to Mars…

On writing “Scientists Designing ‘Ion Shield’ To Protect Astronauts From Solar Wind” way back in January, I was a little dubious as to whether the preliminary results could be replicated on a full-scale spaceship. At the time, Dr Ruth Bamford (the lead researcher from Rutherford Appleton) had created a mini version of a magnetic shield that acted as a “bubble” in a stream of ions. As ions were charged, they could be deflected by a magnetic field, so the field acts as a barrier to deflect the paths of these ions around the void encapsulated by the magnetic field. All that had to be done was to scale the idea up a notch or two and then place a spaceship in the middle of the protected void. Solved!

Not so fast. The biggest drawback I could see back in January was the large amount of energy that would be required to power the system. After all, to generate a stable, spaceship-sized mini-magnetosphere would need a vast quantity of electricity (and be very bulky), or it would need to be highly efficient (and compact). As this is space travel we’re talking about, the scientists would need to look into the latter. The mini-magnetosphere would need to be a highly efficient device.

Eleven months later and it looks like the British team has found their answer. In results just published in the journal Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, they have devised a system no bigger than a large desk that uses the same energy as an electric kettle. Two mini-magnetospheres will be contained within two mini satellites located outside the spaceship. Should there be an increase in solar wind flux, or an approaching cloud of energetic particles from a flare and/or coronal mass ejection (CME), the magnetospheres can be switched on and the solar ions are deflected away from the spacecraft.

“These initial experiments have shown promise and that it may be possible to shield astronauts from deadly space weather,” Dr Bamford said. After all, the effects of radiation poisoning can be devastating.

Prof. Bob Bingham, a theoretical physicist at the University of Strathclyde, gives a graphic account as to why this technology is important:

“Solar storms or winds are one of the greatest dangers of deep space travel. If you got hit by one not only would it take out the electronics of a ship but the astronauts would soon take on the appearance of an overcooked pizza. It would be a bit like being near the Hiroshima blast. Your skin would blister, hair and teeth fall out and before long your internal organs would fail. It is not a very nice way to go. This system creates a Magnetic Field Bubble that would deflect the dangerous radiation away from the spacecraft.” – Prof. Bob Bingham

Bingham added that the team was currently patenting the technology and hopes to have a working full size prototype within five years. So we have to wait some time until we see some pictures of the system in action…

Source: Telegraph (UK)

One of the miracles that pervade LENR is the persistence of both the structure of the hydride and the associated superconductivity that that structure generates at any temperature and pressure no matter how hot. This miracle is a result of the existence of a magnetic spin wave on the surface of the metalize alkali hydride.

The magnetic particles comprising the spin waves on the surface of metalized alkali hydrides act as analog magnetic monopoles producing anapole magnetic flux lines. This magnetic field repels and isolates heat originated particle collisions to insulate the structure of the metalized alkali hydrides Hole Superconductor from external heat/pressure damage. This monopole field also absorbs any photons because it absorbs their energy and then adds that energy to the protective power of the spin wave.

phys.org/news/2010-03-magnetic…le-cern-rewrite-laws.html

“Professor Pinfold says the discovery of electronic monopoles will open up a whole new future for materials and technology if scientists can produce large numbers of them. “Monopoles could make materials strong enough to withstand a nuclear explosion and could also enable magnetic levitation.”

It looks like metalized alkali hydrides have provided that monopole magnetic property central to particle impact screening. Just like magnetism keeps heat inside a fusion reactor, the magnetic field of the enveloping spin wave keeps heat out of the LENR based Hole Superconductor.

For example, powered by the nuclear power output of LENR, the huge strength that this magnetic field can exert is seen in the protection it affords the water crystal in cavitation erosion.

Axil Axil

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