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A new approach to the study of strange radiation tracks
This work will be presented by of Vladislav Zhigalov of Satbayev University, Kazakhstan at ICCF-25 in CONCERTO I+II+III, 1ST FLOOR, between 10.25 and 10.50 am on Thursday, 31st August, 2023.
“S.12.4 The movement of solid particles on the surface forms tracks of strange radiation”
A longer version with discussion/questions was presented at webinar No. 12 of the winter-spring 2023 session of the Klimov-Zatelepin seminar, which was held on June 21, 2023 (Wednesday) between 16:00 and 18:00 Moscow time.
A brief description is given of discovered properties of tracks that appear near facilities in which LENR processes occur. A hypothesis is presented that explains where the particles that “draw” tracks come from, why track patterns are unique, why the intensity of the appearance of tracks is not constant.
Experiments in line with this hypothesis are described.
Video is in Russian with English slides and sur-titles prepared and composited by yours truly, the speaker for this account is Alexander Georgievich Parkhomov.
My notes on the above
In a presentation I gave to the Kilimov-Zatelepin meetings on 17 Jun 2020, which I uploaded with English and Russian subtitles to YouTube on the 19th June 2020 and informed Valery Zatelepin of 21 June 2020, I warned of the problem of three body interaction/abrasion producing “fake SR” since members of the LENR community has made me aware of it and I had been able to create similar looking tracks to some of those observed on surfaces myself.
You can see me warning about this fake SR caused by “three body abrasion” here, and how, the method I was using at the time, could not possibly suffer from it.
Since then, the MFMP has shown the exact same form of the surface traces of particles, but captured on video in free space (not on a surface).
Also, in addition to the double helix structure we saw emerging from an Ohmasa cavitation spot visible under polarising light
We have seen twisted interactions with Al foil that completely change its structure, in ULTR experiments last year
The hypothesis of A.G.Parkhomov and V.A.Zhigalov that some kind of active structure emitted from LENR systems drags ordinary matter across the surface resulting in real tracks that are similar to ‘three body abrasion’ fake ones is interesting.
That being said, it is not only the MFMP that has capture candidate glowing formations on video, we also have the persistent travelling glowing soliton and clusters thereof observed recorded by Bogdanovich et. al.