As a result of the reactions of cold nuclear transmutation, more energy is released than is expended. To explain the phenomenon, a heuristic algorithm for the chain reaction of string condensation is proposed. The resulting atomic collapsar catalyzes the reactions of cold nuclear transmutation due to the magnetic monopole effect.
heuristic algorithm, chain reaction, quantum vortices, superconductivity, solitons, supersymmetry, extreme state of matter, quantum cosmology
On March 23, 1989, the scientific community was reported on the discovered phenomenon of cold nuclear transmutation (Martin Fleischman, Stanley Pons). The setup on which the experiment was performed included an electrolyzer with a palladium cathode, a platinum anode, and a current source (battery). The essence of the experiment consisted in the electrolysis of heavy water with additions of heavy lithium hydroxide (LiOD). In the course of the reaction, the cathode was destroyed. Gamma radiation (0.1-3 meV) of nuclear nature and X-rays (1.0-2.5 keV) were also observed, and the main product was tritium, which turned out to be 108 times more than neutrons. It was noted that the reaction channel with the neutron yield is strongly suppressed [1, 2]. On photographic films and nuclear photographic plates, traces of "strange radiation" of a magnetic nature were recorded . In some experiments, the effects of levitation were observed . In the present work, we discuss a possible process based on the hypothesis of Academician Fortov V.E. about the probable course of reactions in a superdense medium . The reasoning is based on the mechanism of quantum fluctuations with the formation of plankeons in extreme conditions of nuclear matter. For this, a heuristic algorithm for the chain reaction of obtaining a catalyst for cold nuclear transmutation is proposed in the context of the terminology of quantum gravity.
Due to the occurred dual Seiberg transition, an annular singularity is formed from two filamentary gravitin strings , which is located under the sphere of the inner event horizon formed by paired graviton rings. The formed singular core from a pair of gravitational supermultiplets, in turn, is itself under the sphere of the outer event horizon formed by the orbital fluxon pair of the formed atomic collapsar-monopolyum: 2(gGF) [32,33]. In this case, the ring singularity keeps the system from collapse due to the forces of fermionic repulsion. The resulting atomic collapsar catalyzes the reactions of cold nuclear transmutation due to the magnetic monopole effect [34, 35]. When calculating the dimensions, the external four-dimensional space-time should be added to the seven-dimensional collapse, as a result of which the eleven-dimensional space is obtained.
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