last update 10/11/2005


first section

- Some Aspects of the History of Electromagnetic Measurements of the Speed of Light.  
- The Michelson Morley, Sagnac and Michelson Gale Experiments.  
- Albert Einstein and Walther Nernst : Comparative Cosmology.  
- Theory of Relativity: A Critical Analysis  
- Three major misinformations in Einstein Theory of Relativity.  

second section
- ICCF-11
Monti process

Demonstration Protocol

Cold Fusion and Cold Fission: experimental evidence for the Alpha-extended model of the atom.


Part I: A new model of the atom.
On the basis of Thomson's, Parson's, Lewis's, Allen's and Harkins's hypotheses, a new model of the atom is advanced, characterized by the following features:

  1. substantial asymmetry of the Coulomb electric and magnetic fields of electrons and protons;
  2. existence of positions of stable electromagnetic equilibrium of electrons in the vicinity of nuclei;
  3. the neutron is a particular bound state of the hydrogen atom;
  4. the nuclei, whose dimensions are bigger than those supposed by Rutherford, are composite structures of hydrogen atoms, of period 4 (Alpha-extended model);
  5. physical and chemical properties of each atom depend on the various, possible isomeric configurations,
    In light of this new model, the Periodic Table of the Elements has been reconstructed.


Before starting to build a model of the atom, it is essential to clarify where to place it.
I will begin, therefore, with some elementary definitions, which I have already given.
1) Empty space is a rational category. Full space is the physical reality.
2) The physical space which we experiment with is filled with a material medium, which I will keep calling Ether.
I currently imagine this material medium as a fluid rather than a rigid structure, which-depending on situations - can be represented both as a continuous medium or a discontinuous medium.
Let me add that, as usual, I reserve the right to revise, limit, erase any principle ... even though it appears sound whenever facts and experiences convince me that it is necessary to do so and provide me with the chance to enhance my ideas and subsequent models.


Part II: Experimental evidence for the Alpha-extended model.
The genesis of the elements and the Alpha-extended model of the atom are shown by means of:

  1. neutron synthesis, starting from a cold plasma of protons and electrons;
  2. the synthesis of Deuterium, Tritium, Helium-3 and Helium-4, starting from hydrogen, ultra cold neutrons and thermal neutrons;
  3. the production and decay of Helium-8;
  4. the production and decay of the nuclei from 11 to 18 ;
  5. cold fusion of Iron-56;
  6. Production of heavy elements by Cold Fusion;
  7. Cold Fission;
  8. Cold Fusion in metal lattices;
  9. carbon isomeric configurations (allotropic forms);
  10. distribution of the scattered radiation.

Before developing further ideas and theories it is necessary to assess whether what has been previously maintained - subject to experimental check - proves experimentally founded.
A) First of all, I consider experimental evidence of Ether:
1) The galactic redshift resulting from electric conductivity: of Ether (1);
2) The positive result of the experiments by Sagnac and Michelson-Gale (15).
3) The result of the experiment by P. Tewari on the production of energy, resulting from the interaction between rotating magnetic fields and the real medium of space, where the 'real medium' signifies the medium that can sustain fields and can, consequently, possess energy (16), that is: Ether.






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