You hot fusion guys can’t understand how the cold fusion guys can overcome the coulomb barrier so easily.
The key is Strongly Correlated Material, a condensed matter physics term used in type II superconductivityhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strongly_c ... d_material
In hot fusion, just a few subatomic particles are used in a vain attempt overcome the coulomb barrier through brut force high energy collision.
In LENR, billions of trillions of electrons who are all working together using quantum mechanics to overcome the coulomb barrier.
The proof of this reality is the formation of cooper pairs of electrons in Type II superconductivity.
In this process this huge ensemble of electrons become strong enough to overcome the coulomb barrier between the fermions in a cooper pair. In type II superconductors, this process is called fractionalization, another condence physics term. When a large group of electrons are packed so tightly together by the arrangement of atoms in the superconductor material (Mott insulator), in order for one to move one beyond another, they must tunnel to where they are forced to go. And quantum tunneling is the only thing that they can do in such a tightly confined situation.
The need to tunnel negates charge repulsion. Charge is negated by the rigid confinement of the group of electrons. These packed fermions only possess spin and are now called spinons.
In LENR+ systems, one dimensional nano wire is what causes electon fractionalization.
Fractionalization in Superconductor Josephson Junction Arrays Hinged by Quantum Spin Hall edges
In this paper we study a novel superconductor-ferromagnet-superconductor (SC-FM-SC) Josephson junction array deposited on top of a two-dimensional quantum spin Hall (QSH) insulator. The existence of Majorana bound states at the interface between SC and FM gives rise to charge-e tunneling, in addition to the usual charge-2e Cooper pair tunneling, between neighboring superconductor islands. Moreover, because Majorana fermions encode the information of charge number parity, an exact Z_2 gauge structure naturally emerges and leads to many new insulating phases, including a deconfined phase where electrons fractionalize into charge-e bosons and topological defects. A new superconductor-insulator transition has also been found.
The source of all these electrons is dipole motion in the 5 micron micro-particle that Rossi invented. This particle is the key to LENR and is sized to be resonant with the black body 400C operating temperature of the reactor. The dipole vibration caused by the ambient temperature of the reactor produces maximum dipole electron oscillation in the terahertz range that constrain the electron current to the surface of the micro particle through the skin effect. This electron motion is an alternating current that flows back and forth across the micro-particle to polarize charge. But these micro particles are also coated with billions of nanowires. The nanowire provides a 1 dimensional superconducting path for the dipole current to accumulate at the tip of each and every nanowire. This super current accumulates electrons at the nanowire tips in the fractional mega amp range.
Nanowire coating on the surface of the micro-particle is a critical power concentration mechanism and is all important. This nanowire power concentration is what makes LENR+ go.
Why does Surface plasmon polaritons (SPP) have the potential for over unity?
The extreme curvature at the tips of nanowire produces a vortex of SPPs to develop when heat photons become entangled with these electrons through Fano resonance and whispering gallery wave effects. The boson nature of the SPP makes possible extreme concentration of an EMF soliton because the Pauli exclusion principle no longer applies to them. This soliton produces an huge anapole magnetic field that gets strong enough to produce pions through vacuum breakdown. These magnetically catalyzed pions disrupt nuclear structure of the hydrogen.
Hydrogen Rydberg matter is attracted to these nanowire tips that further increase the EMF power application because of the extreme curvature related to the very small size of these nanowire tips.
Larger nanoparticles also amplify the EMF concentration of the vortex formed at and around the tips of the wire in a zero loss dark mode energy transfer mechanism.
There is a positive feedback mechanism that takes the gamma energy from the nuclear fusion of hydrogen present in the Rydberg crystals and adds that to the energy content of the vortex based soliton at the tips of the nanowire using the strong coupling of the magnetic force fields. This optical nano-cavity down shifts this gamma energy into the extreme ultraviolet range and through power reincorporation makes the amplitude of the SPP soliton and the associated magnetic field produced by the soliton even stronger over time.