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Re: manhatten project 2
« Reply #15 on: August 31, 2017, 02:07:41 PM »
Is an intimate understanding necessary or is it a matter of flinging ideas,or both?

http://e-catworld.com/2017/04/17/what-is-the-evidence-for-the-quarkx/



probably off-thread,quem sabe ? :

https://worldwide.espacenet.com/publicationDetails/biblio?DB=EPODOC&II=0&ND=3&adjacent=true&locale=en_EP&FT=D&date=19281115&CC=GB&NR=300311A&KC=A
Such a machine has two major parts A and B. These parts may- be composed of any material capable of being charged j5 electrically. Mass A and mass B may be termed electrodes A and B respectively. [/font][/size]Electrode A is charged negatively withrespect to electrode B, or what is substantially the same, electrode B is charged positively with respect to electrode A, or what is usually the case, electrode A has an excess of electrons while electrode B has an excess of protons. While charged in this manner the total force of A toward B is the sum of force g (due to the normal gravitational field), and force e (due to the imposed electrical field) and force x (due to the resultant of the unbalanced gravitational forces caused by the electro-negative charge or by the presence of an excess of electrons on electrode A and by the electro-positive (harge or by the presence of an excess of protons -on electrode B). Likewise the total force of B toward A is the sum of force g (due to the normal gravitational field), and force e (due to the imposed electrical field), minus force aX (due to the resultant of unbalanced 0 gravitational forces caused by the electronegative charge or by the presence of an excess of electrons on electrode A and by the electro-positive charge or by the presence of an excess of protons on electrode B). By the cancellation of similar and opposing forces and by the addition of - similar and allied forces the two electrodes taken collectively possess a force 2x. in the direction of B. This force 2x shared by both electrodes exists as a tendency of these electrodes to move or accelerate in the direction of the force, that is, A toward B and B away from A. Moreover any machine or apparatus possessing electrodes A and B will exhibit such a lateral acceleration or motion if free to move. Such a motion is believed to be due to the direct control and influence of the energv of gravitation bv the electrical energy which exists in 'the unlike electrical charges present on the affected electrodes. This motion seems to possess no equal or opposite motion that is detectable by the present day mechanics.


Eastern Europe 70ties academian(Akkad-) knowledge standart : Prof.Dr.Dipl.-Ing. Florian Raul D. Popescu (-Goetsch) ,(R.I.P.)
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                                                   description,page 1 ,BRIEFKOPF

                                            Honor to whom honor

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Re: manhatten project 2
« Reply #15 on: August 31, 2017, 02:07:41 PM »

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Re: manhatten project 2
« Reply #16 on: August 31, 2017, 04:23:28 PM »
"A smelly stew of deception and conspiracy? Is that what
you really think or does your gut tell you that maybe,
just maybe, something real is going on here?"

From e-catworld.com

Personally I think that where there is smoke (or fishing line?) there is definitely fire.

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Re: manhatten project 2
« Reply #17 on: August 31, 2017, 04:40:07 PM »
"This results in
the formation of a ball of metallic helium which floats
freely in space. Hydrogen gas is converted in the
plasma torus into a plasma, which means that the
hydrogen nuclei have lost their internal binding
energy to the benefit of the atomic particles and that
the nuclear spin is low."

Lovely stuff.can we do a bomb without  huge electrics?  a bomb with partial electrics (triggered with battery) is acceptable

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Re: manhatten project 2
« Reply #18 on: August 31, 2017, 05:01:17 PM »
Some elements appear to have special properties.how many elements have special properties that we haven't even discovered yet? Or taken note of yet?


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Re: manhatten project 2
« Reply #19 on: August 31, 2017, 10:32:28 PM »
2017 , going the time-line 35/36 years back :1981/82
http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/print/d-14339645.html
http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/print/d-14337069.html
                    "the clean weapon"

                    Perversion des Denkens

                only destroying biological live

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marschflugk%C3%B6rper

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4350360/Russia-develops-unstoppable-4-600mph-cruise-missile.html


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_7YOXBrTqk
                  8 min :42 sec >...
    appropriate war declaration against the own live/life
           also : "PERVERSION DES DENKENS"
                   
           died for the PATRIA by unfriendly fire and
           with final shot :       21:44
                                        Judas Priest :cruzifix,ameno

http://www.n-tv.de/wissen/Riesen-Asteroid-rast-an-der-Erde-vorbei-article20010285.html
If not Europe : Northamerika ? Korean Peninsula ? Lanc-ing !

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Re: manhatten project 2
« Reply #19 on: August 31, 2017, 10:32:28 PM »
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Re: manhatten project 2
« Reply #20 on: September 01, 2017, 06:01:37 PM »
"In an interesting paper by Magdi Ragheb, the
author discusses the various mechanisms
whereby deuteron disintegration in condensed
matter through photonuclear and wave
polarization reactions aid in the source of
neutrons leading to the apparent
transmutations being proffered as the source
of anomalous heat in LENR events.
The author relies heavily on the Oppenheimer–
Phillips process or strip reaction which is a type
of deuteron-induced nuclear reaction. In this
process the neutron half of an energetic
deuteron (a stable isotope of hydrogen with
one proton and one neutron) fuses with a
target nucleus, transmuting the target to a
heavier isotope while ejecting a proton."

Some theories may or may not shed light

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Re: manhatten project 2
« Reply #21 on: September 01, 2017, 06:42:32 PM »
Can we do this in a room?

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Re: manhatten project 2
« Reply #22 on: September 01, 2017, 07:25:38 PM »
" small explosions
in cold-fusion cells are
not unknown. At the
tops of some cells
palladium-wire
electrodes areexposed
to oxygen and
deuterium (heavy
hydrogen) gases. If the
palladium wires are
not protected by films
of water, the palladium
can catalyze the
explosive combination
of the oxygen and
hydrogen. This
sometimes happens if
a dry spot develops on
a wire. Such
detonations, though,
cause little damage.
The SRI explosion was
much more powerful.
The detonating cell
(only 2 inches in
diameter and 8 inches
long), not only killed
Riley but peppered
three other
researchers in the lab
with debris.
(Charles, Dan; "Fatal
Explosion Closes Cold
Fusion Laboratory,"

Chemical or nuke?

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Re: manhatten project 2
« Reply #23 on: September 01, 2017, 07:45:52 PM »
  https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xCKGA9yDNgQ

Keanu reeves outruns the ideal device

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Re: manhatten project 2
« Reply #24 on: September 01, 2017, 09:53:47 PM »
"Californium-251 has a very small calculated critical
mass of about 5 kg (11 lb). The low critical mass of californium led
to some exaggerated claims about possible uses for
the element."

Some elements are highly unstable.can we flash-produce a small quantity of an supercritical powerhouse and simultaneously crush it? we just don't know yet

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« Reply #25 on: September 01, 2017, 10:45:58 PM »
"Protactinium-231 is naturally occurring, as well as a
byproduct of thorium breeder cycles, is fissionable, and is
potentially fissile. Estimates suggest that if it is fissile, the
critical mass in most favorable geometry is probably
hundreds of kilograms.
Uranium-231 is synthetic and probably fissile (but critical
mass unknowable from available neutron data). Its half-life is
a few days, so pointless for nuclear weapons or reactors.
Uranium-232 is synthetic and reported to be fissile, but
critical mass uncalculated. It is better known as an
undesirable contaminant in U-233, also fissile.
Uranium-233 is synthetic (made from breeding Th-232) and
critical mass is 581 g. Nuclear weapons and reactors made
using U-233 have been tested.
Uranium-235 is natural, prepared from the natural element by
enrichment, and critical mass is 800 g. It has been used in
warfare ("Little Boy" at Hiroshima) and in countless nuclear
reactors.
Neptunium-234 is synthetic and probably fissile (but critical
mass unknowable from available neutron data). Its half-life is
a few days, and it is a very intense gamma radiation emitter,
so probably pointless for practical applications.
Neptunium-236 is synthetic and fissile, with an estimated
critical mass of 68 g. However, its half-life is about a day,
making it impractical.
Neptunium-237 is synthetic and fissile, with an estimated
critical mass of hundreds of grams ("about as good as U-235",
according to a Los Alamos experiment). No known nuclear
weapons have been made from Np-237, although successful
critical assemblies have been reported.
Neptunium-238 is synthetic and fissile, with an estimated
critical mass of 101 g. However, its half-life is about two days
and it is a horrendous gamma emitter, making it impractical
for weapons or reactors.
Plutonium-236 is synthetic and fissile, with an estimated
critical mass of 1.48 kg. Its half-life of 2.8 years makes it an
impractical material.
Plutonium-237 is synthetic and fissile, with an estimated
critical mass of 141 g. Its half-life of 141 days makes it an
impractical material for a weapon or reactor.
Plutonium-239 is synthetic and fissile, made by breeding
U-238, with a critical mass of 516 g. It has been used in
warfare ("Fat Man" at Nagasaki) and in reactors.
Plutonium-241 is synthetic and fissile, with a critical mass of
301 g. It accompanies weapon-grade Pu-239 as an
undesirable contaminant, decaying to the potent gamma
emitter Am-241. It is formed in, and burned in, uranium- and
plutonium-fueled reactors.
Plutonium-243 is synthetic and fissile, with a critical mass of
2.3 kg. It is found in reactor-grade plutonium from high-
burnup fuels, where it is a short-lived (hours) gamma-
emitting contaminant unsuitable for further use. However, it
does contribute to fission power generated in uranium- and
plutonium-fueled reactors.
Americium-241 is synthetic and fissile, a potent gamma
emitter with a high critical mass in the tens of kg and no
known history of being used in critical experiments or
weapons. It is best known as the radiation source in smoke
detectors. Created and burned in small quantities in uranium-
and plutonium-fueled reactors.
Americium-242m is synthetic and fissile, with a very low
critical mass of 20g that suggests some interesting nuclear
applications of this isomer of Am-242. That said, criticality
experiments undertaken with it are unknown.
Americium-244 is synthetic and fissile, with a critical mass
of 84 g. Its half-life of 10 hours and its brutal gamma
radiation yield make it unsuitable for application.
Curium-243 is synthetic and fissile, with a low critical mass
of 147 g and a reasonably long half-life of 28 years. That
said, I can find no evidence of its being used in critical
experiments.
Curium-245 is synthetic and fissile, a long-lived isotope of
curium, with a low critical mass of only 47 g. Like Am-242m,
it has been suggested for use in novel micro-reactors.
Practical Cm-245 is probably too contaminated with neutron-
emitting congeners to be usable in weapons.
Curium-247 is synthetic and fissile, a long-lived isotope of
curium, with a critical mass of 3.5 kg.
Berkelium-250 is synthetic and fissile, with an estimated
critical mass of 159 g. Its half-life of 3 hours and a barbaric
gamma yield make its use impractical.
Californium-249 is synthetic and fissile, with an estimated
critical mass of an attractively-low 62 g and a longish half-
life of 350 years. It may be suitable for a nuclear weapon, but
is hard to produce while excluding congeners that yield
undesirable spontaneous-fission neutrons. I know of no
suggested or tested uses as a fissile material.
Californium-251 is synthetic and fissile, with an estimated
critical mass of an attractively-low 28 g and a longish half-
life of 900 years. It may in theory be suitable for a micro-
nuke, in the company of Am-242m and Cm-245, but is hard to
produce, particularly while excluding congeners that yield
undesirable spontaneous-fission neutrons. I know of no
suggested or tested uses as a fissile material.
Californium-252 is synthetic and fissile, with an estimated
critical mass of 4.8 kg. This is a moot point from the weapons
standpoint, though, because Cf-252 blows out neutrons at a
prodigious rate via its major decay mechanism, spontaneous
fission (SF). The isotope is manufactured and used
commerically for it spontaneous neutron emission.
Californium-253 is synthetic and fissile, with an estimated
critical mass of 57 g, but an untenable half-life of only 17
days.
Einsteinium-254 is synthetic and fissile, with an estimated
critical mass of 28 g. Its half-life of 40 hours prevents it from
being useful in this regard, however."

I don't know how accurate this is but..

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Re: manhatten project 2
« Reply #26 on: September 02, 2017, 07:54:16 AM »
Is there an element with critical mass 1 microgram? We just don't know yet


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Re: manhatten project 2
« Reply #27 on: September 02, 2017, 08:51:09 AM »
"Weapons
Main article: Antimatter weapon
Antimatter has been considered as a trigger
mechanism for nuclear weapons.[73] A major
obstacle is the difficulty of producing antimatter in
large enough quantities, and there is no evidence
that it will ever be feasible.[74] However, the U.S. Air
Force funded studies of the physics of antimatter in
the Cold War, and began considering its possible
use in weapons, not just as a trigger, but as the
explosive itself.[75]"

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« Reply #28 on: September 02, 2017, 09:07:03 AM »
"Positrons are produced naturally in β+ decays of
naturally occurring radioactive isotopes (for
example, potassium-40) and in interactions of
gamma quanta (emitted by radioactive nuclei) with
matter. Antineutrinos are another kind of
antiparticle created by natural radioactivity (β−
decay). Many different kinds of antiparticles are also
produced by (and contained in) cosmic rays."

Are there ways to speeditup? We must see

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