Gamma-ray, selected energy, directionally  controlled pluses (“gamma ray 
lasers”) are reported here:

Stimulated emission of EM radiation from  radioactive nuclear isomers is 
another way to create pulses  as well as  EM  ( gamma) pulses from the beta 
emitters. which frequently entail gammas as well.  IMHO.    See my earlier  
comment to this thread.

The inert gas radioactive isotopes of krypton, radon and xenon, which are 
relatively long lived, may be particularly good for such stimulated emission in 
plasmas.  I believe radioactive krypton (a fission product and beta emitter) 
was/ is used to light airport runways reliably.   Radon, which occurs naturally 
from uranium decay, may be  the best.  Of course the beta emitters would also 
have an EM emission to create a pulsed emission.

Nuclear fuel reprocessing routinely release the krypton to the atmosphere to 
diffuse around the earth and decay in time, since it is hard to control 
chemically.   Tritium is probably a better source of betas for reliable light 
sources IMHO, since it is easier to control.  However, a little spent fuel may 
work pretty well, if processed to control release of its inert gas 
accumulations to a plasma reactor or pulse generator.

Bob Cook

From: Axil Axil<>
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2018 10:53 PM
To: vortex-l<>
Subject: Re: [Vo]:The Purcell Effect

yes  Simakin<>


Do solar neutrinos affect nuclear decay on Earth?

Neutrinos are away left handed particles.

·         Accelerated alpha-decay of 232U isotope achieved by exposure of its 
aqueous solution with gold nanoparticles to laser 
A.V. Simakin,<> G.A. 
Dec 30 2011 physics.gen-ph<> 

Experimental results are presented on laser-induced accelerated alpha-decay of 
Uranium-232 nuclei under laser exposure of Au nanoparticles in aqueous 
solutions of its salt. It is demonstrated that the decrease of alpha-activity 
strongly depends on the peak intensity of the laser radiation in the liquid and 
is highest at several terawatt per square centimeter. The decrease of 
alpha-activity of the exposed solutions is accompanied by the deviation of 
gamma-activities of daughter nuclides of Uranium-232 from their equilibrium 
values. Possible mechanisms of the laser influence on the alpha-activity are 
discussed on the basis of the amplification of the electric field of laser wave 
on metallic nanoparticles.
·         Deviation from secular 
A.V. Simakin,<> G.A. 
Jan 21 2010 physics.gen-ph<> 
nucl-ex<> arXiv:1001.3574v1

Laser exposure of gold nanoparticles in aqueous solutions of Uranium salt leads 
to accelerated decay of U238 nuclei and significant deviation from secular 
equilibrium. The samples demonstrate the enhanced gamma emission in the range 
of 54 keV during laser exposure.
·         Initiation of nuclear reactions under laser irradiation of Au 
nanoparticles in the aqueous solution of Uranium 
A.V. Simakin,<> G.A. 
Dec 01 2009 physics.gen-ph<> 
nucl-ex<> arXiv:0911.5495v1

Laser exposure of suspension of either gold or palladium nanoparticles in 
aqueous solutions of UO2Cl2 of natural isotope abundance was experimentally 
studied. Picosecond Nd:YAG lasers at peak power from 1011 to 1013 W/cm2 at the 
wavelength of 1064 and 355 nm were used as well as a visible-range Cu vapor 
laser at peak power of 1010 W/cm2. The composition of colloidal solutions 
before and after laser exposure was analyzed using atomic absorption and gamma 
spectroscopy between 0.06 and 1 MeV range of photon energy. A real-time 
gamma-spectroscopy was used to characterize the kinetics of nuclear reactions 
during laser exposure. It was found that laser exposure initiated nuclear 
reactions involving both 238U and 235U nuclei via different channels in H2O and 
D2O. The influence of saturation of both the liquid and nanoparticles by 
gaseous H2 and D2 on the kinetics of nuclear transformations was found. 
Possible mechanisms of observed processes are discussed.
·         Initiation of nuclear reactions under laser irradiation of Au 
nanoparticles in the presence of Thorium 
A.V. Simakin,<> G.A. 
Jun 24 2009 physics.gen-ph<> 
nucl-ex<> arXiv:0906.4268v1

Initiation of nuclear reactions in Thorium nuclei is experimentally studied 
under laser exposure of Au nanoparticles suspended in the aqueous solution of 
Th(NO3)4 (232Th). It is found that the reaction pathway depends in which water, 
either H2O or D2O, the laser exposure is carried out. Saturation of the liquids 
(H2O or D2O) with gaseous H2 or D2, respectively, enhances the nuclear 
reactions under laser exposure allowing their excitation at peak intensity as 
low as 1010 W/cm2. Enhanced gamma-activity of the probe is observed after the 
end of laser exposure for several hours.

On Fri, Mar 30, 2018 at 10:47 PM, Eric Walker 
<<>> wrote:
On Fri, Mar 30, 2018 at 7:58 PM, Axil Axil 
<<>> wrote:

Two so far.

Perhaps you're referring in part to the Simakin and Shafeev paper, which you've 
called attention to before?

This paper, of course, deals with laser irradiation, while the Barker patent 
discusses application of a high voltage using a Van de Graaff generator.  What 
are the two replications you're thinking of?


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