431(3): The m theory of E Cat

This note explains the E Cat reactor through the absorption of a small amount of m space energy (or “vacuum” energy) which is amplified enormously via Eq. (7) into an attractive force between a nickel 64 nucleus and a proton. The attractive energy is enough to overcome the repulsion between nickel and the proton, the nucleus becomes unstable and breaks apart into copper 63, releasing a huge amount of energy (10) in a low energy nuclear reaction (LENR). The “low energy” means that the fission is achieved chemically in such a way as to induce the absorption of a quantum of m space energy. There is also release of visible frequency electromagnetic radiation as intense light. The heat released is so intense that it can melt containers, and the radiation released is in the visible range. No gamma rays are released, so E Cat has been given a safety licence and patents, and I have ordered a domestic unit to be set up here at home. The note mentions how Walton, in the late seventies, described to me at Trinity College Dublin’s Senior Common Room the first fission experiment of 1932, carried out by Cockcroft and Walton (CW) of the Rutherford group. That experiment accelerated protons with a 750,000 volt CW generator and split lithium 7 with very high energy protons, releasing two alpha particles and a great deal of energy from loss of mass. The fission bomb of 1945 relied on the fact that uranium 235 is inherently unstable. However Nickel 64 is stable, but once it is fused with a proton through m theory, it splits, transmuting into copper 63 with mass loss and release of a huge amount of heat and light. No gamma rays are released so no harmful radiation is released in E Cat. Otherwise it would obviously not have been given a safety licence. So in m theory E Cat is driven by the absorption of a quantum of m space energy. The E cat device has been tuned in such a way that condition (3) holds. There is no further need to use quantum tunneling theory as in UFT226 ff.


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