Grand unification of the forces of nature is an important concept in LENR because it can explain why the weak force seems to be strengthened in LENR where LENR ash comes out of LENR reactions stabilized as if the weak force has acted instantaneously to stabilize the products of nuclear activity.
The concept that grand unification of the forces of nature might also correspond to the establishment of a bose condinsate to expose the folded dimensions of strings to a quantum like energy filling process to activate a strengthened weak force inside the influence of that bose condinsate. The energy of grand unification is not associated with a single particle but is marshaled as a shared resource of an aggregation of coherent identical particles. When a nuclear event occurs within the province of the bose condinsate... a condinsate that has accumulated the required combined excitation energy shared among the members of its aggregate members, the weak force no longer functions as a separate force. In this condition, the excitation produced by the nuclear reaction is instantaneously relaxed into a stable configuration. This concept explains why gamma radiation is sometimes seen in a very weak LENR system where energy pumping is not sufficient to power the development of a bose condinsate. But when the LENR system is robustly pumped with sufficient energy to keep the bose condinsate in place, no gamma radiation is detected. On Wed, Aug 2, 2017 at 12:42 PM, Axil Axil <janap...@gmail.com> wrote: > http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/news/2017/aug/01/ > could-extra-dimensions-be-detected-by-a-bose-einstein-condensate > > > The paper referenced in this article could be drawing another duel between > string theory and condensed matter physics. > > > String theory phenomenology and quantum many–body systems > > Sergio Gutiérrez, Abel Camacho, Héctor Hernández > > > arXiv:1707.07757 [gr-qc] <https://arxiv.org/abs/1707.07757> > > > In the paper, the authors calculate how additional space-like dimensions > affect a condensate of ultracold atoms, known as Bose-Einstein-Condensate. > At such low temperatures, the atoms transition to a state where their > quantum wave-function acts as one and the system begins to display quantum > effects, such as interference, throughout. > > > In the presence of extra-dimensions, every particle’s wave-function has > higher harmonics because the extra-dimensions have to close up, in the > simplest case like circles. The particle’s wave-functions have to fit into > the extra dimensions, meaning their wave-length must be an integer fraction > of the radius. > > It seems to me that all the conditions required to show the hidden > dimensions expected by string theory are meet in condensed matter physics > using the bosonic quasiparticle called the Surface Plasmon Polariton (SPP). > This boson can form non-equilibrium Bose-Einstein condensates at room > temperature and beyond. > > > In “Oscillatory behavior of the specific heat at low temperature in > quasiperiodic structures” E.L. Albuquerquea;*∗*, C.G. Bezerraa, P.W. > Maurizb, M.S. Vasconcelos, a structure featuring 11 level discontinuity in > specific heat as predicted by the Mexican paper is shown to exist. > > > The behavior of a variety of particles or quasi-particles (electrons, > phonons, photons, polaritons, magnons, etc.) has been and is currently > being studied in quasi-periodic systems. A fascinating feature of these > quasi-periodic structures is that they exhibit collective properties not > shared by their constituent parts. > > > Furthermore, the long-range correlations induced by the construction of > these systems are expected to be reflected to some degree in their various > spectra, designing a novel description of disorder. A common factor shared > by all these excitations is a complex fractal energy spectrum. > > > Could this discontinuous fractal based specific heat spectrum of SPPs be > exposing the higher dimensions of reality as predicted by the Mexicans? >