Conductivity and resistance apply generally to a common state of matter.  Super 
conductivity is also addresses an assemblage of such matter.

As far as I know these parameters do not apply to a coherent QM system.

If LENR reactors work within a coherent system the redistribution of charge to 
a boundary of the system may occur instanteously.    (With quarks and gluons 
who know what happens in such a system.)😊

Maybe Randy’s GUT address the mechanics of such a system and the redistribution 
of charge.

Thinking outside the box,

Bob Cook--

From: Axil Axil<>
Sent: Saturday, August 12, 2017 9:11 PM
To: vortex-l<>
Subject: Re: [Vo]:LENR as a superconductor

A polariton is a special quasiparticle. It is an electron that has has most of 
its mass and charge removed. It can only exist when it is generated by a 
nanoparticle or a pit or bump in the surface of a metal.


This is a picture of polariton formation in pits and bumps in a metal.

As a special case, metallic hydrogen is a nanowire that produces the LENR 
reaction without a plasma forming. This includes other hydrogen based metalized 
compounds like water.

But when a plasma is used to produce the LENR reaction, because the polariton 
needs is a nanoparticle to exist, it is passively critical. When that 
nanoparticle vaporizes, the polariton dies. So a dirty plasma that is passively 
maintained at the vaporization point of a given metal will produce many self 
sustaining forms of energy including heat, light. XUV. x-rays, gamma, pressure 
from fast particle generated shock waves, electrons  and various other types of 
subatomic particles.

On Sun, Aug 13, 2017 at 12:04 AM, Kevin O'Malley 
<<>> wrote:
On 8/12/17, Axil Axil <<>> wrote:

  What we see in that polariton
> condensate is how the universe functioned during the first few seconds at
> the beginning of the universe before the universe cooled.
 ***That's disheartening.   It would mean there is very little chance
of stabilizing such a condition to be able to harness it for energy.

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