- 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).

## Michael Huang

## Gerald Dillenbeck

A "fusion optimizing" standard would require something like a perpetual-motion machine. Buckminster Fuller, in the 60s and 70s proposed a geometric theoretical machine with dynamic/design characteristics that may be synonymous with: Align the magnetic fields of one spheromak [positively charged Schatten norm] with one field reversed configuration [negatively charged Frobenius norm]; where "align" is synonymous with "create a balanced equilibrium between".

In 1964, Invertebrate Paleontologists Helen Tappan and A. Loeblich, Jr, identified a pre-historical "perpetual-motion machine" that, to oversimplify, combined a Frobenius Norm spirotheca with a Schatten norm fusiform, to create an Upper Permian Rugososchwagerina, compacted, or "fused." This structure and design apparently resulted in an oscillating, fused "life" form. The Rugososchwagerina's compact structure bears synonymous linguistic, and perhaps metric, descriptors when compared to recent discoveries of what is called a "Higgs boson", in particle physics. So there may be a relationship here to my "Higgs boson" conjecture, also open for discussion on TED.