Oct 19 • 24M

Where is the ATOM battery?

by Alexander L. Shishkin

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This document has been translated and published with a voiceover by Bob Greenyer, with the permission of the author Alexander L. Shishkin and the article is speaking from his perspective having conducted more than 50 years of continual research in this specialist field.


I have been thinking about this article for a long time. It was prompted by works of L.A. Kulak [1]1 and N.V. Petrov [2]2, published on the website of the Academy of Trinitarianism. The main idea is that "the process of extracting energy from the Aether goes on in all electromagnetic oscillatory systems" [2]. But the Aether, as a source of energy and prima-materia, is disregarded by modern classical physics. For example, the Bohr model of the atom (Bohr Model) is a semiclassical model of the atom proposed by Niels Bohr in 1913. He based it on the planetary model of the atom put forward by Rutherford. However, from the point of view of classical electrodynamics, an electron in Rutherford's model, moving around the nucleus, would have to radiate energy continuously and very quickly and, having lost it, fall onto the nucleus.

To overcome this problem, Bohr introduced the assumption that electrons in the atom can move only along certain (stationary) orbits, in which they do not emit energy, and emission or absorption occurs only at the moment of transition from one orbit to another [3]3. Theorists have successfully proved the absence of radiation purely mathematically. However, the atom also rotates, so one more assumption must be made - there is some kind of eternal battery inside the nucleus of an atom. But even modern researchers, who accept the existence of the Aether, still for some reason adhere to the generally accepted model of the atom in their research.

Indicative in this sense is the work of V.N. Zatelepin and D.N. Baranov dedicated to "dark hydrogen". In the work [4]4, the authors talk about "dark" matter and provide experimental evidence for the existence of "dark hydrogen" (Barut ion). In this non-classical model of an atom, two protons rotate around the nucleus in the form of an electron pair bound by magnetic forces. And again, the authors refer to theorists who prove the absence of radiation from a mathematical point of view. But where does the energy to sustain the processes come from? Is the "eternal battery" hidden in all components of the atom?

According to the authors, "dark hydrogen" is born during an electric discharge in a heterogeneous water-air environment and, according to their assumption, is a stable particle. The characteristic size of this particle is about 10^-13 m. The authors conducted a series of experiments and presented the following evidence confirming the "dark hydrogen" model:

  1. “registration of hard X-ray radiation in the range of 260 ± 30 keV during a spark breakdown of a water-air medium,

  2. registration of the correlation of hard X-ray radiation in the range of 250 keV and a radio signal during a spark breakdown of a water-air medium,

  3. registration of soft X-ray radiation in the range of 14 keV during an electric discharge in a water-air environment.”

However, the mathematical proofs of theorists are opportunistic, since theorists, as a rule, adapt to the regime that exists in science. The assumptions of the authors and the experimental evidence they provide do not convince me for the following reasons:

  1. The authors note that “the reproducibility of the experiment (registration of gamma rays with an energy of 260 keV) is not very high. It was possible to obtain such data only in two launches. The reason is that the electronics cannot withstand the very stressful conditions of the experiment and constantly fails…. Perhaps the reason for the failure of electronics is the spread of "dark hydrogen" from the discharge zone and its entry into the components of electronic devices.”

    As the practice of similar studies shows, the source of X-ray/gamma quanta in the range of 260 ± 30 keV can be natural radioactive elements. For example, during the alpha decay of Radon ( 86 Rn-219 ), a gamma-ray quantum with an energy of 272 keV is emitted. In the 92 U-235 decay chain, gamma quanta are produced with energies (in keV): 204.290, 237, 270 and 272.351. In the 92 U-228 decay chain, gamma rays with energies of 246, 242 and 241 keV will be registered. At the same time, the fact of accelerating the decay of radioactive elements under the influence of electromagnetic pulses has long been known [5]5. Such gamma quanta can be successfully detected according to the coincidence scheme, with a triggering high-voltage pulse, since a high-voltage pulse can initiate the decay of a radioactive element nanoparticle that has fallen into the discharge zone.

  2. Soft X-ray emission in the region of 28 keV can also be associated with the decay of uranium and thorium:
    92 U-233 - 29 keV,
    92 U-237 - 26 keV,
    90 Th-231 - 26 keV,
    90 Th-233 - 29 keV.

Soft X-rays with energies up to 10 keV are constantly recorded under any rapidly occurring mechanical and electromagnetic effects on matter and are associated with the formation and destruction of energy clusters (ECs). This is described in detail in [6]6. Energy clusters are quasi-stable formations. They are constantly present around us, but fundamental science, as a rule, does not notice these formations. ECs have many names: Tesla called them “radiant energy”, Wilhelm Reich called them “orgone energy”, G.A. Mesyats called them “ectons” [7]7, Ken Shoulders called them “charge clusters” [8]8, Yu.N. Bazhutov - "Erzions", I.M. Shakhporonov - "Kozyrev-Dirac monopoles", L.I. Urutskoev - "Lochak monopoles", in everyday life this phenomenon is called "static electricity".

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