RECIPROCAL SYSTEM DATABASE Status Report: An Aperiodic Blog

June 25, 2016

A Reciprocal System Take on So-Called “Cold Fusion”

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 2:19 pm

Of course, cold fusion cannot happen due to the repulsion of the atoms at very close distances.  So what then is the explanation of the “excess heat” generated by the so-called “cold fusion” experiments?  Conventional theorists have no real explanation.

In the electrolysis experiments, positively-charged deuterium atoms are tightly packed into a Pd crystal lattice (with the atoms having a negative charge).  Excess heat is observed–some of the time–which means that more energy comes out (heats the jacket of water surrounding the device) than was put in by the electric current.  And, in some cases, the heat continues to be generated when the current is turned off!

In the Reciprocal System, isotopes are not due to variations in the neutron content of the atomic “nuclei.”  Rather, magnetically-charged neutrinos contained within an atom (or circulating among the atoms of a crystal lattice) induce the equivalent inverse motion within the atom, gravitational or isotopic charges, each equal to one amu.  With the D atoms close enough to the Pd atoms, some of these charged neutrinos can be absorbed by the D atoms, creating T atoms (tritium), or even He atoms.  The difference in secondary mass between the the D and T or He atoms then generates the excess heat observed (of course, subtracting out the energy lost by the Pd atoms).  The reason why the experiments often do not work is that the D atoms are not packed tightly enough in the Pd lattice to be able to “steal” the magnetically-charged neutrinos from the Pd atoms.  To verify that the Reciprocal System solution is correct, one should do a mass spectrometer analysis of the Pd atoms in the cathode before and after a successful experimental run; some of the atoms should be of lower isotopic number.  The normal number of gravitational charges of a Pd atom in our environment is 15; if this is reduced, the atom becomes radioactive, decaying into something else–so there should be some evidence of this in the cathode, as well.

Study the Reciprocal System and prove it for yourself!


1 Comment »

  1. This explanation of cold fusion is simple and elegant. It also makes a prediction of lighter/radioactive Pd isotopes in the lattice. This prediction could easily be verified by a relatively inexpensive experiment and advance the mainsteam credibility of RS theory if it could be published. I hope someone independent takes up this opportunity.

    Comment by jdalton4 — July 2, 2016 @ 11:41 am

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