Axil--

FF, now in Sweden by recent reports, probably wore polarized sun glasses when 
he saw the blue light from the Quark X and was quite surprised.  Maybe he has 
friends in Crete.

Bob Cook

From: Axil Axil<mailto:janap...@gmail.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 19, 2017 10:59 PM
To: vortex-l<mailto:vortex-l@eskimo.com>
Subject: [Vo]:Activating LENR in the Quark Reactor.

‚ÄčResearchers from Crete have just discovered that if a polariton BEC is 
squeezed between two metallic contacts, and excited by applying a tiny voltage 
pulse over these contacts they could change the spin state of the condensate.  
Because all particles in a BEC occupy the same quantum state, the whole BEC 
responds in unison, assuming one of the two spin states, up or down. This 
process operates like a memory cell, and the information is kept in the spin 
state. This sounds like a possible LENR activation stimulant that might apply 
to the Quark reactor.

They use extremely low power in the voltage pulse to switch the optical state.  
The switch is actually bistable. The voltage is only required to switch the 
device between states, and the total energy required is just 0.8 femtojoule.

The other find was that the light emitted by the polariton BEC demonstrates 
clarity of the optical signal. This signal has a pure, 100-percent polarization 
state, in contrast to spintronics, where you have both states, and one state is 
stronger than the other, This switch mechanism might be a result of the KERR 
effect.

The activation stimulus changes the magnetic nature of the polariton BEC so 
that it emits a pure monopole magnetic beam. A typical polariton lasts for just 
a few picoseconds so this activation signal must be reapplied at a rate that 
can activate the new polaritons as they are reformed.

Another indicator that the Quark reactor is using this polariton activation 
process is the nature of the light that it emits. If the light that the Quark 
reactor emits is in a pure, 100-percent polarization state‚Äč, we know that Rossi 
is using a polariton BEC in the Quark reactor and a high frequency low powered 
activation signal.

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