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The claims of sub zero states of hydrogen have been controversial for years and caused the study of this field to languish for what may prove to be nothing more than semantics. A 2005 paper by Jan Naudts paper (5 August 2005). "On the hydrino state of the relativistic hydrogen atom" [5] contends that the sub zero state argument overlooks relativistic effect inside Casimir cavities. Relativistic hydrogen implies a temporal axis solution where the hydrino orbital remains stationary relative to a moving boundary as the atom rotates away from our plane reshaping the 4D boundary. The Casimir cavity enlarges the temporal axis so the atom and its boundaries relax “upward” on the temporal axis while reducing its profile in our plane. The orbital gets no closer to the nucleus from a 4D perspective where the nucleus is further displaced from the orbital on the temporal axis.
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Background :Black Light Power [1] , founded by Dr Randell Mills, was confirmed in an October 2008 video by Rowan University [2] to produce far more calories than possible for the given hydrogen impregnation in a 50KW reactor. The hydrogen and catalyst are brought up to 200C at which point the reaction produces far more heat than Rowan chemists can account for with standard chemistry. Dr Mills controversial Grand Unified Theory [3] is based on a sub zero state hydrogen atom. This theory was challenged by Andre Rathke (May 2005) paper "A critical analysis of the hydrino model". [4] however Rathke's paper was itself soon challenged by Jan Naudts paper (5 August 2005). "On the hydrino state of the relativistic hydrogen atom" [5] which demonstrated that Rathke had not allowed for relativistic effects (temporal axis displacement). on May 27th 2008 Bernard Haisch and Garret Moddel were awarded a patent [6] for a device based on stochastic electrodynamics which also describes an orbital "spinning down" but leveraging the restricted vacuum fluctuations of a Casimir exclusion field their theory lends itself well to Naudts “relativistic” solution in place of the controversial sub zero state. I am in agreement that a sub zero state of the hydrogen atom can not exist however the hydrino is very real and needs to be redefined as a positive temporal axis excursion. I am proposing that Jan Naudts mathematical evidence [5] of a “relativistic” solution side steps the sub zero state argument and fits well with Dr Mills assertions of a non radiative transition “away” from zero state. if we assume a positive excursion on the temporal axis, the orbital simply remains stationary relative to vector changes of the nucleus and its’ boundary volume that is being squeezed into redistributing itself fat on the temporal axis while correspondingly reducing its’ profile in our plane. The energy level, -13.6 eV remains unchanged when translating in and out of these exclusion fields unless these “fat” atoms form a covalent bond that locks their orbital configurations one against the other preventing the new molecule’s orbitals from translating back into our plane. It is these dihydrinos that provide an alternate explanation for Mills energy level data without violating the zero state or the spectral evidence of Kunze, H-J (2008). "On the spectroscopic measurements used to support the postulate of states with fractional principal quantum numbers in hydrogen" [7].


I am proposing a composite of Naudts-Moddel- Haisch theory be adopted for investigating hydrino like constructs without the burden of sub zero state arguments or spectral line conflicts.

My suggestion that these “temporally Fat” atoms must form a covalent bond is not necessary to adopting Naudts much more important idea that the hydrino is due to relativistic effect not sub zero state. The continuing arguments and papers since then still focus on the sub zero state argument apparently unaware of Naudts relativistic solution or simply missing its significance when applied to the 4D geometry of the orbital boundary. Naudts paper was a mathematical analysis which I believe has lead to the physical interpretation being overlooked.

My theory regarding covalent bonding to follow is totally independent of the above proposal to adopt a positive temporal excursion in place of the controversial existing sub zero state theory. I propose to extend the hopefully soon adopted relativistic theory above such that the orbital boundaries of the newly formed “fat” molecule formed inside an exclusion field are no longer free to redistribute volume between their 4D parameters while exiting the cavity. The new molecule’s orbitals are not free to transition back to our plane which causes normally chaotic virtual particles to accumulate organized boundary conditions trying to push the offending orbitals back into their normal “skinny” orientations in our plane. These boundary conditions eventually accumulate while exiting the field to the point where they break the covalent bond. This releases the signature black light plasma and restores the atoms to monatomic levels. This method turns a covalent bond into a bucket which extracts heat energy from “organized” virtual particles.
I predict that the covalent “temporally fat” molecule formed inside an exclusion field is capable of reacting with space-time. Vacuum fluctuations accumulate boundary conditions with orbitals as the molecule exits the exclusion field but their reactionary forces are translated 90 degrees to the time axis avoiding back pressure with hydrogen supply. These boundary potentials can be harvested as heat energy when the bond is broken such as the Black Light Power reactors tested by Rowan University however there is another as yet untested potential. The accumulated boundary conditions with vacuum fluctuations just prior to the breaking of the covalent bond while the molecule is exiting the exclusion field can be adapted for propellantless thrust. It is not yet established if the plasma producing molecule can be extracted without collapsing the boundary conditions so it may be necessary to move the entire medium containing the cavity to develop relative motion between Space-Time and the plasma. In the meantime however I predict that plasma reactors such as those employed by BLP are already producing exotic inertia properties unmeasured to date. I predict that a reactor approaching threshold of plasma production will exhibit resistance to motion in the gravitational axis due to boundary interleaving. This property is easily overlooked because motionless “interleaving” will only reveal a frictional contact in one axis. If I am correct then adding or subtracting calibrated weights will reveal the effect relative to a baseline measurement. The weights will eventually balance but much slower than baseline measurement due to dragging boundary conditions.

References

1. Black Light Power Inc. www.blacklightpower.com
2. Rowan University Confirmation Video http://www.blacklightpower.com/Documentary%20Video/blacklight_experiment...
3. Randell Mills “The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Physics” http://www.blacklightpower.com/theory/theory.shtml
4. Andre Rathke (May 2005). “ A critical analysis of the hydrino model” New Journal of Physics 2005 http://www.iop.org/EJ/abstract/1367-2630/7/1/127/
5. Jan Naudts (August 2005) “ On the hydrino state of relativistic hydrogen atom” http://arxiv.org/abs/physics/0507193v2
6. Bernard Haisch and Garret Moddel patent US 7,379,286 B2 awarded May 27, 2008
http://www.calphysics.org/Patent7379286.pdf
7. Kunze, H-J (2008). "On the spectroscopic measurements used to support the postulate of states with fractional principal quantum numbers in hydrogen". J Phys D: Appl Phys 41: 108001. doi:10.1088/0022-3727/41/10/108001 http://www.iop.org/EJ/abstract/0022-3727/41/10/108001/

 

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Francis X Roarty, Lockheed systems engineer for underwater systems. trained in engineering physics, electonics, avionics, test and measurement instrumentation, R&D protypying and environmental testing.

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