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Sonoluminescence – and Sonofusion – Acoustic Inertial Confinement Fusion

It seems that a group of scientist DID use the idea of sonoluminescence to create fusion. It is called Acoustic Inertial Confinement Fusion. When they successfully produced results in France at NURETH-11 for peer review, they shortly afterward got hammered by the ‘institutions’.DARPA’s involved, UCLA, Oak Ridge National Lab, Purdue University, and a few science journals.Initially one of the scientists did experiments of Sonofusion at Oak Ridge National Labs, but they couldn’t get a good enough ratio of repeatable results. I think the story goes like this…so, they went to Purdue University. They used a variation in techniques and became successful. This is when they decided to go to NURETH-11. A lawsuit was brought into the mix, and all funding got cut off and they got caught up in legal issues, which resulted in the main scientist getting debarred and discredited (no funding, etc.), though affidavits out the butt proved otherwise.

See below for the articles etc.,

Read this letter.Lahey Letter to Physics Today
Feb. 20, 2009
Response from Marty Hanna is below Lahey letterYou write, “Independent research groups have so far failed to confirm the result of Taleyarkhan’s group.” Indeed, this is at the heart of much of the controversy concerning bubble fusion. However, this is false. Edward Forringer, William Bugg, Adam Butt, and Yiban Xu have performed and reported independent confirmations of bubble fusion. This is in addition to on-demand public demonstration of successful outcomes of bubble fusion on two occasions.
[link to newenergytimes.com]

Now, who is Lahey? Google DARPA Lahey.

Holy crap. I think I found a cover-up. This is crazy…

Umm, check this out. This Lahey guy says they successfully did it!

Lahey Affidavit

To the best of my
recollection, I received from Taleyarkhan summary documentation of successful sonofusion
results in June, 2005.
How in the world could someone surmise that DARPA-UCLA funds,
which arrived into the Purdue financial system in June, 2005, actually contribute to the intense
underlying research to find a way to self-nucleate in a totally different fluid-mixture of vastly
different properties, in a differently designed test cell, with random vs timed nucleation, conduct
a large array oftests, including careful control experiments, within “seconds” of receiving
funding from a new source? The mere thought of suggesting the use of such funds for something
already largely accomplished (and only requiring publication) is totally bizarre.

[link to newenergytimes.com]

cont.

39. The above mentioned issues highlighted in the Press are a either wrongful or
inaccurate allegations against Taleyarkhan (and in many respects all of us who worked with him)
and have no merit. These are apparently desperate attempts by our competitors to detract from
our seminal work on the discovery of sonofusion.

[link to newenergytimes.com]

Purdue News
____March 2, 2004
Evidence bubbles over to support tabletop nuclear fusion device

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Researchers are reporting new evidence supporting their earlier discovery of an inexpensive “tabletop” device that uses sound waves to produce nuclear fusion reactions.
Rusi Taleyarkhan
The researchers believe the new evidence shows that “sonofusion” generates nuclear reactions by creating tiny bubbles that implode with tremendous force. Nuclear fusion reactors have historically required large, multibillion-dollar machines, but sonofusion devices might be built for a fraction of that cost.
[link to www.purdue.edu]

Bubblegate Testimonials and AffidavitsBack to Bubblegate PortalBefore Lefteri Tsoukalas was removed as the head of the Purdue School of Nuclear Engineering, an extra-legal committee that he organized produced the Feb. 23, 2006, Statement from Adam Butt. Someone provided this document to Kenneth Chang of The New York Times. Chang has declined to confirm or deny whether Tsoukalas provided the document. Chang has confirmed that he received other related documents from Tsoukalas. Chang made the decision to publish the unsigned, unnotarized, unsworn, unverified document.

The Statement from Adam Butt caused severe problems for Rusi Taleyarkhan, a professor in the School of Nuclear Engineering. In response, numerous people came to Taleyarkhan’s defense with testimonials and affidavits. A number of the affidavits accuse Tsoukalas of serious grievances. Some of them are now part of the public record in legal proceedings.
[link to newenergytimes.com]

On March 1, 2006 I helped set up two experiment stations for review by the visitors. The
first and main station involved experiments needed for the DARPA-UCLA project (i.e., using
external neutrons). The second experiment involved self-nucleation for which Ken Suslick of
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign himself was invited to and did indeed randomly select
neutron detectors for mounting on the test cells and for use as controls. He also insisted on doing
the experiment in a particular way and we accommodated each of his requests during setup. At
the end of the day, the detectors showed positive signatures of neutron emission as evidenced by
several people in the audience. Neither I, nor anyone from Purdue engaged in misconduct of any
kind and in fact went out ofour way to assist the visitors engage in a successful review.

[link to newenergytimes.com]
They did it, didn’t they? I mean, they did, but then funding got cut-off and they tried to discredit the researchers. Bubblegate.

They said it in signed affidavits. They did it, and were successful.

Purdue Knew
Purdue’s Persecution of Professor Rusi Taleyarkhan

[link to newenergytimes.com]

Recent Advances and Results in Acoustic Inertial Confinement Bubble Nuclear Fusion
R. P. Taleyarkhan

Abstract

This paper provides an update on developments since the first announcement of the discovery in 2002 of acoustic inertial confinement (a.k.a bubble) nuclear fusion. A theoretical foundation for the supercompression of acoustically driven deuterated bubble clusters has been developed and published. Initially, bubble fusion experiments used external neutron sources for nucleating bubble clusters, and despite compelling evidence, lingering doubts remained because of the use of external neutrons to maintain neutron production. This was overcome using a self-nucleation method. In those novel experiments, seeding of nanometer bubbles was accomplished using nuclear-decay recoils from dissolved uranyl nitrate. Bubble fusion experiments have been replicated successfully, and confirmatory results were reported at least five times since 2005. Moreover, speculations and controversies about the discovery related to our bubble fusion experiments have now been conclusively addressed, rebutted, and dismissed.
[link to pubs.acs.org]

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A standing wave of sound creates a bubble in liquid. When the bubble implodes, light is emitted. This is called: Sonoluminescence. Awesome.

Sonoluminescence is the emission of short bursts of light from imploding bubbles in a liquid when excited by sound.

In 1989 a major experimental advance was introduced by Felipe Gaitan and Lawrence Crum, who produced stable single-bubble sonoluminescence (SBSL). In SBSL, a single bubble trapped in an acoustic standing wave, emits a pulse of light with each compression of the bubble within the standing wave. This technique allowed a more systematic study of the phenomenon, because it isolated the complex effects into one stable, predictable bubble. It was realized that the temperature inside the bubble was hot enough to melt steel. Interest in sonoluminescence was renewed when an inner temperature of such a bubble well above one million kelvins was postulated. This temperature is thus far not conclusively proven, though recent experiments conducted by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign indicate temperatures around 20,000 K.

sonoluminescence

Sonoluminescence can occur when a sound wave of sufficient intensity induces a gaseous cavity within a liquid to collapse quickly. This cavity may take the form of a pre-existing bubble, or may be generated through a process known as cavitation. Sonoluminescence in the laboratory can be made to be stable, so that a single bubble will expand and collapse over and over again in a periodic fashion, emitting a burst of light each time it collapses. For this to occur, a standing acoustic wave is set up within a liquid, and the bubble will sit at a pressure anti-node of the standing wave. The frequencies of resonance depend on the shape and size of the container in which the bubble is contained.

~ The light flashes from the bubbles are extremely short—between 35 and a few hundred picoseconds long—with peak intensities of the order of 1–10 mW.

~ The bubbles are very small when they emit the light—about 1 micrometre in diameter—depending on the ambient fluid (e.g., water) and the gas content of the bubble (e.g., atmospheric air).

~ Single-bubble sonoluminescence pulses can have very stable periods and positions. In fact, the frequency of light flashes can be more stable than the rated frequency stability of the oscillator making the sound waves driving them. However, the stability analyses of the bubble show that the bubble itself undergoes significant geometric instabilities, due to, for example, the Bjerknes forces and Rayleigh–Taylor instabilities.

~ The addition of a small amount of noble gas (such as helium, argon, or xenon) to the gas in the bubble increases the intensity of the emitted light.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]


Matter is Created from Photons

“Since matter is created from photons, and photons are entirely electromagnetic, it follows that matter is indeed made up of EM fields. They are arranged differently, in light and in particles.I have found a way to arrange the EM fields to achieve the particle properties of charge, mass, angular momentum, spin, and stability. The paper is posted on arxiv under physics/0611266. The electron can be modeled as a dipolar B field that morphs into a toroidal E field, and back, at the Compton frequency. The electric and magnetic fluxes are
quantized. Precession of this spinning model about a different axis then creates “charge”. Mass is the encapsulated kinetic energy of these changing and spinning EM fields. Charge is created by a vxB mechanism of the spinning dipolar B field.”
[link to lofi.forum.physorg.com]Is the electron a photon with
toroidal topology?

[link to docs.google.com]

Eric Dollard Using Fibonacci Sequences to Improve on Lakhovsky’s Multi-Wave Oscillator

Eric Dollard Using Fibonacci Sequences to Improve on Lakhovsky’s Multi-Wave OscillatormwohumanHere is the story of the Multi-Wave Oscillator. It is part Tesla coil, part Earth generator, pure genius. Lakhovsky’s device was used in this country until 1942 and in Europe for about another 15 years. It was ordered removed from the US hospitals that were using it shortly after Lakhovsky died in 1942. He was hit by a car. Coincidence? You be the judge.

What Lakhovsky discovered was simply mind-boggling: Lakhovsky was the first to predict the existence of the double helix we now know as DNA. He postulated that all living cells (plants, people, bacteria, parasites, etc.) possess attributes that normally are associated with oscillating electrical circuits. These cellular attributes include resistance, capacitance, and inductance. These 3 electrical properties, when properly configured, will cause the oscillation of high frequency sine waves when sustained by a small, steady supply of outside energy of the right frequency. This effect is known as resonance. It’s easiest to compare it with a child swinging on a playground swing. As long as the parent pushes the swing a little at the right moment (the correct ‘frequency’), the child will continue to swing…

…Lakhovsky’s central idea is this:

Each ring of his special antenna system radiated at a different wavelength and frequency dependent upon its diameter.

The different size rings would set up interference patterns between themselves, producing a plethora of harmonic frequencies at many different wavelengths. The patient would be then be exposed to a “Multi-Wave Oscillating Field”.
[link to www.lakhovsky.com]

multiwaveosc

Then, another idea came and that was to use the Fibonacci Sequence as a means to ratio the ring’s dimensions and gaps.

Here is a video done with Eric Dollard, the man that has come closest to replicating Nikola Tesla’s work. More of Dollard’s work can be found here: [link to www.borderlands.com] , [link to peswiki.com]

[link to www.youtube.com]


World’s Most Powerful Laser to Tear Apart the Vacuum of Space

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Due to follow in the footsteps of the Large Hadron Collider, the latest “big science” experiment being proposed by physicists will see the world’s most powerful laser being constructed.
Capable of producing a beam of light so intense that it would be equivalent to the power received by the Earth from the sun focused onto a speck smaller than a tip of a pin, scientists claim it could allow them boil the very fabric of space – the vacuum.
Contrary to popular belief, a vacuum is not devoid of material but in fact fizzles with tiny mysterious particles that pop in and out of existence, but at speeds so fast that no one has been able to prove they exist.
The Extreme Light Infrastructure Ultra-High Field Facility would produce a laser so intense that scientists say it would allow them to reveal these particles for the first time by pulling this vacuum “fabric” apart.
They also believe it could even allow them to prove whether extra-dimensions exist.
“This laser will be 200 times more powerful than the most powerful lasers that currently exist,” said Professor John Collier, a scientific leader for the ELI project and director of the Central Laser Facility at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Didcot, Oxfordshire.”At this kind of intensity we start to get into unexplored territory as it is an area of physics that we have never been before.”The ELI Ultra-High Field laser is due to be complete by the end of the decade and will cost an estimated £1 billion. Although the location for the facility will not be decided until next year, the UK is among several European countries in the running to host it.The European Commission has already this year approved plans to build three other lasers that will form part of the ELI project and will be prototypes for the Ultra-High Field laser.

Due to sited in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania, each laser will coast around £200 million and are scheduled to become operational in 2015.

The Ultra-High Field laser will be made up of 10 beams, each twice as powerful as the prototype lasers, allowing it to produce 200 petawatts of power – more than 100,000 times the power of the world’s combined electricity production – for less than a trillionth of a second.

The huge amounts of energy needed to produce a laser beam of this strength is stored up over time before it is fired to produce large laser beams several feet wide that are then combined and focused down onto a tiny spot, much like sunlight through a magnifying glass.

At the focal point, the intensity of the light will produce conditions that are so extreme they do not exist even in the center of our sun.

It will cause the mysterious particles of matter and antimatter thought to make up a vacuum to be pulled apart, allowing scientists to detect the tiny electrical charges they produce.

These “ghost particles”, as they are known, normally annihilate one another as soon as they appear, but by using the laser to pull them apart, physicists believe they will be able to detect them.

It could help to explain the mystery of why the universe contains far more matter than we have been able to detect by revealing what so called dark matter really is.

Professor Wolfgang Sandner, coordinator of the Laserlab Europe network and president of the German Physics Society, said: “We are taught to think of the vacuum as empty space, but it seems even a true vacuum is filled with pairs of molecules that come into our universe for an extremely short time.
“An extremely powerful laser should be able to pull these particles apart and keep them in existence for longer.

“There are many challenges to be over come before we can do that, but it is mainly a matter of scaling up the technology we have so we can produce the powers needed.”

The Science and Technology Facilities Council, which provides funds for Britain’s involvement in major science facilities including the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva, has marked out the ELI as a key area it wants to focus on.

Scientists at the Centre for Advanced Laser Technology and Applications at Rutherford Appleton Laboratories in Dicot, Oxfordshire, are already developing technology that will be essential for producing such powerful lasers.

The Centre is thought to be one of the prime candidates for where the Ultra-High Field laser could be located, but it faces competition from sites in Russia, France, Hungary, Romania and the Czech Republic.
As well as offering new insights in to undiscovered realms of physics, scientists say the ELI lasers will also produce new laser based treatments for cancer and medical diagnostics.

Dr Thomas Heinzl, an associate professor of theoretical physics at Plymouth University, said: “ELI is going to take us into an uncharted regime of physics. There could well be some surprises along the way.”


Multi-Wave Oscillator and Lakhovsky

Lakhovsky’s Multi-Wave OscillatormwohumanHere is the story of the Multi-Wave Oscillator. It is part Tesla coil, part Earth generator, pure genius. Lakhovsky’s device was used in this country until 1942 and in Europe for about another 15 years. It was ordered removed from the US hospitals that were using it shortly after Lakhovsky died in 1942. He was hit by a car. Coincidence? You be the judge.

What Lakhovsky discovered was simply mind-boggling: Lakhovsky was the first to predict the existence of the double helix we now know as DNA. He postulated that all living cells (plants, people, bacteria, parasites, etc.) possess attributes that normally are associated with oscillating electrical circuits. These cellular attributes include resistance, capacitance, and inductance. These 3 electrical properties, when properly configured, will cause the oscillation of high frequency sine waves when sustained by a small, steady supply of outside energy of the right frequency. This effect is known as resonance. It’s easiest to compare it with a child swinging on a playground swing. As long as the parent pushes the swing a little at the right moment (the correct ‘frequency’), the child will continue to swing…

…Lakhovsky’s central idea is this:

Each ring of his special antenna system radiated at a different wavelength and frequency dependent upon its diameter.

The different size rings would set up interference patterns between themselves, producing a plethora of harmonic frequencies at many different wavelengths. The patient would be then be exposed to a “Multi-Wave Oscillating Field”.
[link to www.lakhovsky.com]

multiwaveosc

Then, another idea came and that was to use the Fibonacci Sequence as a means to ratio the ring’s dimensions and gaps.

Here is a video done with Eric Dollard, the man that has come closest to replicating Nikola Tesla’s work. More of Dollard’s work can be found here: [link to www.borderlands.com] , [link to peswiki.com]


U.S. Psychotronics Associations – Multi Wave Oscillator Pt. 1


Frozen Puck Hovers Over Track Using “Quantum Levitation”

By Olivia Solon, Wired UK
Researchers at the school of physics and astronomy at Tel Aviv University have created a track around which a semiconductor can float, thanks to the phenomenon of “quantum levitation“.

This levitation effect is explained by the Meissner effect, which describes how, when a material makes the transition from its normal to its superconducting state, it actively excludes magnetic fields from its interior, leaving only a thin layer on its surface.
When a material is in its superconducting state — which involves very low temperatures — it is strongly diamagnetic. This means that when a magnetic field is externally applied, it will create an equally opposing magnetic field, locking it in place.
A material called yttrium barium copper oxide can be turned into a superconductor by exposure to liquid nitrogen — which makes it one of the highest-temperature superconductors.
In the video it appears that a puck of yttrium barium copper oxide cooled by liquid nitrogen is repelling the magnets embedded on the handheld device. It also shows that the angle of the magnet can be locked in a magnetic field. Later in the video the puck can be seen to zoom round a circular track of magnets, in the same way that Maglev high-speed trains do.
Source: Wired.co.uk


Our Solar System is SPIRAL


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