Fwd: FOR POSTING UFT431 Sections 1 and 2 and Background Notes

Resonance condition for LENR.

Many thanks to Gareth and all concerned. By comparing the m space resonance condition with models of the nuclear strong force some idea will probably be gleaned of the various parameters that need to be optimized. Essentially, the generally covariant nuclear strong force has been inferred from the Euler Lagrange and Hamilton equations and compared with the Woods Saxon model of 1954. Since then nuclear physics has advanced to the point where supercomputer simulation is used in dealing with the nucleus. The force due to m space inferred in UFT417 is the nuclear strong force in this context.

This is brilliant. There remains no question that LENR can take place. The only remaining issue is to fully understand the conditions necessary in the physical system for resonance to occur so that we can control, optimise and manipulate the process. In FT spectroscopy we observe resonance when two waves are in phase with each other by controlling how far two interfering waves travel with respect to to each other. We need to understand now the conditions that are necessary for two waves to interfere constructively in a LENR system. It may happen spontaneously in the right conditions but we still need to be able to carefully control it – to switch it on and off and ideally to be able to regulate it.

A possibility may be using a metal electrode like Ni64 in the right conducting solution using an applied electric field to initiate and control the reaction. The trick will be to design the electrode etc to create the resonance conditions. It may require manipulation of the metal lattice itself.

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