The following post has been submitted by Axil Axil
Topology just means the shape that things can assume. Shapes are important because they make electrons and photons dance in a fixed pattern. There have been recent discoveries of particle like behavior produced by the dances that electrons and photons are forced to perform by specific shapes that crystals can assume. There are 500 of these unique dances that photons and electrons can perform each leaving its own mark on the nature of matter.
For example, the Dirac electron was found in a solid of a given graphene crystal structure. The Weyl fermion has also been recently discovered on the inside of a synthetic metallic crystal called tantalum arsenide.
I believe that the magnetic monopole is being produced by a certain crystal configuration that makes electrons and photons dance in a unique way.
The ways and means to get a crystal structure into this unique configuration is at the heart of LENR engineering.
With the help of Rossi’s patent, it’s relatively easy to deduce how Rossi’s new invention works and the role that melting plays in this new version of LENR.
Rossi has LENR specific mechanisms on the surface of two iron wafers that sandwich a centrally located heater core. This wafer structure that he has just invented gives life to the E-Cat X. The various additives that are defined in Rossi’s patent: nickel, aluminum, carbon, and hydrogen that coat the iron produce billions of nanoscopic islands of crystal structures that change as the temperature of the iron vary. Rossi achieves passive control of the LENR reaction as the crystal structure changes when the temperature of the LENR reaction goes beyond the melting point of these nanoscopic islands. When the surface of the iron begins to melt and its crystal structure becomes amorphous, the LENR reaction stops until the surface of the iron wafer cools down. Then the crystal islands reform to the LENR sensitive configuration, the LENR reactor begins again so that the iron wafer is passively maintained within a tight temperature range.
The surface of the iron never gets above the melting temperature of the iron thereby eliminating the possibility of meltdowns.