Although current physics considers special relativity just a theory, the basic principle of this theory, which states that the speed of light is constant and is a speed limit in nature is accepted as a fundamental physics law. In reality, however, the special theory of relativity (STR) with its basic principle is a physics myth. This myth was mathematically formulated with the help of distorted mathematical formulas and invalid assumptions. The theory substituted physics constants with dimensionless mathematical variables. Furthermore, the derivation of Lorentz transformations was performed based on the assumption that light velocity (c) is the same in all co-ordinate systems that are in relative motion, not on the assumption that it has the velocity c only in the co-ordinate system in which aether is supposedly at rest. This assumption should have been the outcome of the derivation, not the initial supposition of the derivation process.
In physical reality there are no black holes. Instead there are intense magnetic field regions that are formed whenever the field strength in plasma becomes much stronger compared with its surroundings. The most intense magnetic field regions are formed at the most dense regions of the Universe. These super-intense magnetic field regions are characterized by the formation of gaps -or more precisely circular gaps- that rotate at some regions with superluminal velocity. In other words, these circular gaps are open field lines formed in the most active regions on the surface of a dense plasma environment. It is a phenomenon structured and ruled by magnetism. It is similar to the formation of sunspots and coronal holes. Sunspots are magnetic phenomena as well. They are regions of very strong magnetic fields where the field lines get so crowded together that they push up through the surface, bringing some of the hot plasma with them in a spectacular arc, or loop. Basically, the strong magnetic field, not allowing motions across the field lines, quenches convection inside the spot. They are darker than the surrounding areas because they are expending less energy and as a result have a lower temperature. The spots formed on the surface of the Sun have also been seen on other stars.
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We all know that western society has reached the present stage of development and standard of living for two basic reasons:
1-The separation of church and science and the spread of science culture.
2-The free flow of ideas and thoughts, especially ideas that are based on experimental science.
However, even though the church is still independent from the affairs of public institutions, a new religious institute of the western society has emerged, replacing religious institutes of the middle ages and the time of Galileo. The basic principles that guide this new institute are money and political power. Sadly, this new religious institute is emerging at a time when our world is at crossroads and in a desperate need for the free movement of scientific ideas that can solve the most severe problems facing us today. Read more…
There is an increasing empirical data supporting the evidence of different types of low temperature nuclear fusion reactions in condensed matter, mainly in metals. The mechanism of this phenomenon is similar to μ -catalysis. The rate of this reaction depends on the type of material and its environmental conditions. The rate can be increased enormously by having hybrid nano-structured material with high screening energy capability. The correlation between electron screening and low temperature nuclear fusion constitutes the most important notion in modern physics. Understanding this phenomenon would revolutionize physics and open up new frontiers in science and technology. Read more…
Advances in nanotechnology can provide clean energy resources and sustainable development The greatest threat and the biggest technical challenge facing the world in this century is how to provide clean, affordable energy supply, which is sustainable and universally available. The rate of growth in global energy demand runs the risk of outpacing affordable, stable supplies unless we can achieve breakthroughs not only in conservation and evolutionary improvements in terms of efficiency of existing resources, but also revolutionary new breakthroughs. Energy resources are vital to sustaining worldwide economic growth, progress, peace and global security in the 21st century. There is an urgent need for new technologies that can facilitate the development of cheaper, more efficient, and environmentally sound energy supplies. Read more…
We all know that palladium (Pd) is an ideal materia l to study hydrogen storage kinetics because its bulk hy dride properties are well characterized. Pd absorbs hydrogen gas up
to 900 times its volume. Furthermore, recent investigations have shown that the rate of hydrogen trapping inside Pd is even higher in the case of Pd nanoparticles. Hydrogen atomsare strongly trapped and stabilized in the lattice of Pd nanoparticles, compared to bulk Pd. The benefit of studying and modifying the surface of nanoparticle Pd and ot her large surface area nanoparticles can lead to better under standing of nuclear transmutation reactions in solids heavily loaded with H, D or both. The phenomenon is known as Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR). Read more…
This is a comprehensive and compact research paper. It contains sufficient theoretical arguments and overwhelming experimental evidences and observational data, “connecting the dots″. It will be a very long research paper with three main parts.
THE FIRST PART
The first part will show and explain the misconceptions in the plasma theory, especially the theory of thermonuclear fusion. The most basic facts in nuclear physics and nuclear chemistry were twisted and mathematically modified in order to suit the arbitrary assumptions of the 19th century Physicists and the proposal of Bethe (proton-proton and carbon-nitrogen cycle). This happened in spite of the fact there are too many evidences this type of reaction can not take place in the sun and such reaction between nuclei is practically impossible under laboratory conditions. Read more…
Nanoscience technology is the ability to arrange, control and combine atoms and molecules at the nano-scale. This ability can equip us with the know-how to build electrical, biological and mechanical nano-micromachines that can replace most of today’s manufacturing processes and tools. The impact of nanotechnology on scientific progress, economic and social development is going to be enormous. If we look towards the domain of health care, nanomedicine can reduce existing costs substantially and cure most, if not all, currently incurable diseases. Nanotechnology products that are being developed in a number of industries can have great benefits for space applications and deep space exploration missions. In the energy sector, which is the biggest and the most challenging issue facing us, advances in nanotechnology can solve certain issues successfully; fossil fuels can become cleaner, safer and cheaper to produce, in a more environmentally friendly manner. Read more…