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::Temple University (Philadelphia-USA) holds the
::Center for Frontier Sciences, responsible for the publication of
::Frontier Perspectives, a semiannual journal.
Extracted from Frontier Perspectives1
:::On September 2002, the Center for Frontier Sciences held one of its most successful international workshops, titled “Quo Vadis Quantum Mechanics ? Possible New Developments in Quantum Theory in the 21st Century?. Sixteen eminent physicists and philosophers presented findings, ideas and speculations concerning the future revolution in physics, in the light of quantum mechanics’ intriguing revelations.
:::The prestigious publishing house, Springer Verlag has undertaken the publication of a book based on the lectures and panel discussions held during that momentous workshop. Quo Vadis Quantum Mechanics? (Elitzur, A. C., Dolev, S. and Kolenda, N., Editors) is now available and is a prominent addition to Springer-Verlag’s new collection, “The Frontier Series?.
:::Contributing authors include Nobel Laureates
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Quantum Ring Theory and Quo Vadis Quantum Mechanics are two rival books. They both present findings and ideas concerning the future revolution in physics.
:The main difference between the two books lies in the following:
::a) Quo Vadis Quantum Mechanics has been written keeping the fundamental foundations of Quantum Mechanics.
::b) Quantum Ring Theory (QRT) shows that some fundamental principles are missing in Quantum Mechanics, and there are other ones that must be replaced. According to QRT, among the fundamental concepts missing in Quantum Mechanics, one is concerning the question on the new model of neutron, required by a Cold fusion theory canditate to explain cold fusion experiments.
::Therefore, the fundamental difference between the two rival books lies in the fact that in Quo Vadis Quantum Mechanics the cold fusion existence is neglected, while in the book Quantum Ring Theory the cold fusion occurrence is taken in consideration.
:::The neglection of cold fusion research by the theorists that colaborated in the book Quo Vadis Quantum Mechanics can be resumed in this sentence of Dr. t’Hooft in 2001 concerning the Borghi’s experiment:
:::“There is much more wrong with n=p+e, but most of all the fact that the ‘experimental evidence’ is phony?2.
From the principles of Quantum Mechanics cold fusion occurrence is impossible to occur, as stated by the Nobel Laureate Murray Gell-Mann at a public forum (lecture at Portland State University in 1998): “It’s a bunch of baloney. Cold fusion is theoretically impossible, and there are no experimental findings that indicate it exists? 3. Many other theoretical restrictions against cold fusion viability can be seen in the Wikipedia’s article Cold fusion.
So, concerning possible new developments in Quantum Theory in the 21st Century, the book Quo Vadis Quantum Mechanics does not take in consideration the theoretical implications that cold fusion occurrence requires. Unlike, in the book Quantum Ring theory these implications are taken in consideration.
Quantum Ring Theory, the rival book of the Quo Vadis Quantum Mechanics, is now quoted in Frontier Perspectives4
::'''Guglinski, Wladimir. (2006)
::Quantum Ring Theory: Foundations for Cold Fusion. Boulder, Co.: The Bäuu Institute Press.
::In Quantum Ring Theory Guglinski presents a new theory concerning the fundamental nature of physics. Here, the author argures that the current understanding of physics does not showcase an accurate model of the world. Instead, he argues that we must consider the “aether?, a notion originally developed by Greeck philosophers, and by considering the nature of “aether? and its role in physical processes, Guglinski is able to create a theory that reconciles quantum physics with the Theory of Relativity. As part of his new theory, Guglinski showcases a new model of the neutron and this model has been confirmed by contemporary physical experiments.
A reviewer of the
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::“The basic question here is can a classical model (which postulates a trajectory for the electron) cast any light on the inner workings of the nucleus? Most physicists would respond with a resounding NO. However, it generally happens that classical models have quantum analogs and thus can prove suggestive in at least a qualitative way. For instance, without the classical Hamiltonian energy expression there would be no clue to how to write the Schrödinger equation. And the classical energy expression would not exist without trajectory pictorialization. Therefore one cannot reject Guglinski’s “helical trajectory? model (or similar models due to Bergman and others) out of hand as useless to physics. We don’t know what the final physics will be, if any.
::Moreover, Guglinski’s model may solve the problem of spin of the electron in the nucleus.?
The new model of the neutron n=p+e proposed in Quantum Ring Theory is confirmed by the following experiments:
Don Borghi’s experiment5
::The fundamental background on the Guglinski’s new model of neutron n=p+e is the solution proposed in Quantum Ring Theory for a question considered unsurmountable by the most quantum theorists: how to conciliate a model of neutron formed by a proton and electron with the Fermi-Diract statistics. In QRT the Fermi-Dirac statistics is conciliated with the neutron model n=p+e through the spin-fusion hypothesis, which received an experimental corrobotation in 2006 from the ARPES experiment8 (Angle-Resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy), performed by the staf of Dr. Changyoung Kim, of Yonsei University, where they did succeed to apart the charge and the spin of an electron.
1- N. Kolenda, From the editor’s desk, Frontier Perspectives, V. 14, No.1, 2005
2- W. Guglinski, Quantum Ring Theory, pg. 3, Bäuu Press, 2006
3- E. Mallove, CSICOP: “Science Cops? at War with Cold Fusion, Infinite Energy, V. 4, No. 23, 1999
4- N. Kolenda, New books received, Frontier Perspectives, V. 16 , No. 1 , 2007
5- C. Borghi, C. Giori, A.A. Dall’Ollio, Experimental Evidence of Emission of Neutrons from Cold Hydrogen Plasma, American Institute of Physics (Phys. At. Nucl.), vol 56, no 7, 1993.
6- E. Conte, M. Pieralice, An Experiment Indicates the Nuclear Fusion of the Proton and Electron into a Neutron, Infinite Energy, vol 4, no 23-1999, p 67.
7- R.P. Taleyarkhan, C.D. West, J.S. Cho, R.T. Lahey, Jr., R.I. Nigmatulin, and R.C. Block, Evidence for Nuclear Emissions During Acoustic Cavitation, Science, vol 295, pp 1868-1873 (March 8, 2002) (in Research Articles).
8- First direct observations of 'spinons' and 'holons' seen after 40-year hunt - http://news-service.stanford.edu/news/2006/august23/spinon-080906.html