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ULTR - A simple quick and repeatable demonstration of the LENR process
International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science conference 15 Sep 2022
Here is my presentation, given at the International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (ISCMNS) conference in Assisi, 2022. It draws upon a host of dynamic water based patents and experiments starting from 1980, where transmutations, relying on weak interactions, are clearly demonstrated. In light of my previously proposed fractal toroids, that are a model for the active agents observed by Bostik/Nardi and Shoulders, I argue that their complex toroidal moments lead to interaction with and capture of dark matter, such as relic neutrinos, condensing them at the focal region of the fractal tori, where ordinary matter is also forced, leading ultimately to a spherical zone where matter undergoes broad scale transformation without the need to consider the coulomb barrier. The signature product from this process is iron-rich, crenelated microspheres which are also produced by the natural coherent matter process called ‘ball lightning’.
I argue that this process can be demonstrated simply by pre-schoolers and up, using aluminium foil, water and sound, in a simple, quick ultrasonic experiment that requires almost no skill, time or financial investment. Moreover, all those that have tried it to date have succeeded in seeing the exact same effects limited only by their ability to analyse the products of this natural process.
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