Friday, August 16, 2013


Yiannis Hadjichristos has just called my attention to   the following paper, a real double rara avis:
- it is published in a peer reviewed journal;
- it clearly opts for a multi-stage theory, interdisciplinar approach.

It is 
"Potential Exploration of Cold Fusion and Its Quantitative
Theory of Physical-Chemical-Nuclear Multistage Chain
Reaction Mechanism
Yi-Fang Chang, Department of Physics, Yunnan University, Kunming, 650091, China

International Journal of Modern Chemistry, 2013, 5(1): 29-43

Abstract: Cold fusion is very important and complex. One of main difficulties of cold fusion is the explanation on appearance of nuclear reaction. Based on the standard quantum
mechanics, we propose the physical-chemical-nuclear multistage chain reaction theory,which may explain cold fusion. Since cold fusion is an open system, synergetics and laser theory can be applied, and the Fokker-Planck equation is obtained. Using the corresponding Schrödinger equation and the nonlinear Dirac equation, and combining the multistage chain reaction theory, the quantitative results agree completely with some experiments on cold fusion. Finally, we discuss some new researches, for example, the
nonlinear quantum theory, catalyzer and nanomaterial, etc., and propose the three laws of cold fusion: 
(1) The time accumulate law, 
(2) The area direct ratio law, and 
(3) The
multistage chain reaction law.

There are some striking similarities with the DGT-AXIL approach
to understand LENR+/HENI as:
1. Open system definition of the NAE
2. Complexity of multistage fusion fission process
3. The 3 laws, indicating a path to plasmonics

Eppur si muove - it is progress in Cold Fusion- marching away from its Cradle!

1 comment:

  1. The use of weak interaction to create neutrons through invert-beta-decay make some links with Widom-Larsen...

    Widom-Larsen have strong problems with heavy electrons and gamma screenings, but the neutrons claims a re supported by good evidence.
    I remember also Kozima laws.

    For the rest i don't understand why it does not produce gamma when n+H or nn+D merge.

    anyway, the reaction works in real life, theory is just a bonus...