Brian, Good point!
The choice of HDPE was to illustrate the aim to create the vacuum chamber with a non durable material. I was thinking of sputtering the outer layer with aluminum as to create a non permeable seal, as well as structural reinforcing elements. Bearing in mind that the purpose of using a non durable material is to destroy it during development as to empirically observe the event when the accelerated particles pass the lead target. I do believe that it is proximity and not particle energy that will make the fusion of the electronless particles viable. If I am right, excessive acceleration would make the new nuclei unstable; as observed by others. All this with the understanding that sub atomic particles are high energy particles in their own right. My approach is to look at the electron shell as the only obstacle for fusion. This may be false, but I have never read of anyone claiming to observe a nuclei devoided of electrons other than hydrogen and helium. Feel free to suggest any other choice of materials or testing parameters. On 10/18/16, Brian Ahern <ahern_br...@msn.com> wrote: > > Sorry Leonardo, but your concept is impossible. You can never evacuate to > lowere than 10-7 with teflon seals. Your soft vacuum will prevent observing > your goal. > > ________________________________ > From: Leonardo Ramos <ramosl8...@gmail.com> > Sent: Tuesday, October 18, 2016 12:54 AM > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Cc: Arik El Boher; Bo Hoistadt; Brian Ahern; Dagmar Kuhn; David Daggett; > doug marker; Dr. Braun Tibor; eCatNews; Gabriel Moagar-Poladian; Gary; Haiko > Lietz; jeff aries; Mark Tsirlin; Nicolaie N. Vlad; Peter Bjorkbom; Peter > Mobberley; Pierre Clauzon; Roberto Germano; Roy Virgilio; Steve Katinski; > Sunwon Park; Valerio Ciampoli; vlad > Subject: Re: [Vo]:I just came up with LEONARDIUM > > I was thinking of using HDPE as material for the vacuum chamber. The > production device would probable be made of a more durable material. > But it is important to the development process that the accelerated > particles do not cross the lead barrier. By using HDPE a full > penetration of the lead barrier can be detected as a loss of vacuum by > the perforation of the chamber wall after collision with the lead > barrier. Also HDPE is an adequate membrane for the outer laying > accelerating guns. Since this is the point of lesser energy of the > betatron, I expect it to be feasible for the membrane to not collapse; > unlike the case for the chamber wall reaching the lead target upon > which a higher energy particle will collide in the event of full > penetration of the lead barrier. The purpose is only to accelerate the > nuclei to penetrate the lead without burning the set up. > > I would use a steady beam of green light on the lasers. I suspect that > the key to the electron cloud devoidance is not in the light photons > harmonic stimulation by duty cycle, but on the energy gained at > acceleration. After all, the photons are already harmonized within the > laser for a suitable frequency. > > I also believe the betatron can devoid a full shell on every pass, or > half circle. Then the apparatus need only have 4 or 8 turns. > > > On 10/17/16, Leonardo Ramos <ramosl8...@gmail.com> wrote: >> Hello folks, >> >> I just had one of those Eureka moments in the field of cold fusion. >> What if we could devoid all atoms of their electron cloud? >> Would they naturally merge? >> >> Let me know if you think it is viable or if you know of potential >> investors. >> >> Thanks, >> >> Leonardo >> >> ............................................................................................................................... >> TITLE: A COLD FUSION DEVICE TO PRODUCE LEONARDIUM >> >> >> SPECIFICATION: >> >> Background of the Invention: >> FIELD OF THE INVENTION: This invention relates to the field of Alchemy. >> >> PRIOR ART: On November 2011 a team of the Vienna University of >> Technology, >> Austria in conjunction with the Institute for Astronomy and Space Physics >> of >> Buenos Aires Argentina, >> DOI:https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.108.193004, >> demonstrated that electrons can be excited out of their orbits at cold >> temperatures with a tuned laser beam. Said team has found no practical >> use. >> No >> other credible prior art is documented in the field of Alchemy. >> >> SUMMARY: A method to produce nuclear fussion. This method is composed of >> three >> steps. One, place a target substance at the end of a vacuum chamber. Two, >> accelerate one or more feeding subtances in a vacuum chamber towards the >> target >> substance. Three, remove the electron shells of the feeding subtances >> while >> approaching the target substance. A device to produce nuclear fusion >> as aforesaid. >> This device is composed of three parts: a discharge chamber, a laser >> induced electron shell remover and a feeding subtance guiding >> controller. The discharge chamber transports the feeding substance >> into the laser induced electron shell remover. The laser induced >> electron shell remover accelerates the feeding substance towards the >> target substance while progressively removing the feeding substance >> electron cloud. The feeding substance guiding controller actuates upon >> the feeding substance as to acertain its reach of the target >> substance. >> >> DETAILED DESCRIPTION: >> >> The embodiment produces a stable superheavy noble element with >> periodic number 118 to be named Leonardium for the name of the present >> inventor. >> The present invention fuses Bromide, Hydrogen and Lead into Leonardium at >> cold >> temperatures. The embodiment is composed of a Betatron like device with >> no >> moving parts. The device is a vacuum chamber in spiral form creating two >> interlocking spiral paths that collide at the center where a block of >> lead closes >> the spirals. At the outermost entrance to each spiral path an >> acceleration gun is >> located; one for Bromide and one for Hydrogen. Each acceleration gun is >> composed >> of a plasma chamber with a membrane orifice that preserves the vacuum of >> the >> spiral and allows a narrow beam of charged particles to exit the >> acceleration gun >> and enter the spiral. Within the Bromide spiral, a magnitude tuning >> magnetic >> field is placed as to preserve inward motion of the increasingly >> positive charged >> particles which are progressively devoided of electrons at certain >> intervals >> where a specially tuned laser beam removes outermost electrons from the >> Bromide >> particles at the same location where an electric field collects said >> electrons >> and accelerates the increasingly positively charged particles as to >> obtain >> adequate velocity for penetration of the Lead Electron Cloud. Similarly, >> at >> the >> Hydrogen spiral, a laser pulse removes the remaining electron and a >> magnitude >> reducing magnetic field guides the uniformly positive hydrogen particles >> to >> the >> Lead Block from the opposing side of collision in reference to the >> electron >> devoided Bromide. All electric fields created within the device are to >> create >> currents that discharge into the Lead block. The continious operation >> will >> continue until a new block of lead is placed and the vacuum chamber is >> devoided >> of intruding air incoming upon removal of the block of lead. The timing >> of >> the >> removal of the block of lead is to be determined empirically as to make >> it >> statistically improbable of high energy particles destroying the spiral >> walls. >> Once removed, the processed block of lead resembles a sponge with liquid >> Leonardium embedded within. Mechanical separation of the Leonardo is >> performed by >> shredding and decanting. >> >> >