- Gerald Dillenbeck
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Cold fusion conjecture: applying Mazziotti's math to Buckminster Fuller's Synergetics
This is a conjectural application of David Mazziotti's 2 electron RDM research at the University of Chicago. Curious to see if this resonates:
For self-perpetuating cold fusion technology, the theoretical work of David Mazziotti at the University of Chicago, with 2-electron RDM symmetrically balanced sets, inspires the following suggestion:
Align the magnetic fields of one spheromak [positively charged Schatten norm] with one field reversed configuration [negatively charged Frobenius norm]. With magnetic equilibrium they could synaptically generate a reversed field reversed spiraling/recursive, and perpetually emergent, evaporating “cloud”, probably consisting of equal parts oxygen, phosphorous, and sulfur. This tri-partite plasma system will fuse nested flux surfaces, resulting in a stable, sustainable, “chirping,” and self-replicating system.
The analogous alignment of two crystalline silicon micro-PV cells, using a “monocrystalline charger” system may have homologous zero-footprint, self-perpetuating solar energy results.
The theoretical basis for this conjecture is rooted in the work of David Mazziotti at the University of Chicago, and Buckminster Fuller's Synergetics (1975) and Synergetics 2 (1979).