“New evidence for small drops of quark-gluon plasma?”


Date: September 18, 2017  Source: Brookhaven National Laboratory

Summary: Particles emerging from even the lowest energy collisions of deuterons 
with heavy nuclei at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider exhibit the formation 
of a 
soup of quarks and gluons, the fundamental building blocks of visible matter.

First, the deuterons are called “lowest energy” but are still relativistic and 
very fast – but 
the fact that they see these results at all (as does Holmlid) at the lowest 
input they have
could be indicative of a “back-door” route to thermal gain, not involving 
fusion and 50-100 
times more energetic than fusing deuterons to helium.

The point being that the annihilation of hydrogen is more easily achievable 
than realized.
Possibly the annihilation event is achieved with a laser and dense hydrogen in 
a two-step process.

This is the most important message and meaning of Holmlid’s oeuvre.

OTOH, this is also the time when Labs are looking for the last bit of stray 

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