....From studies of fundamental field theory and correlated work with
this theory it is known that the solar system moves relative to the
physical vacuum with an extremely high velocity of hundreds of
kilometers per second.
Therefore all processes involving the physical vacuum have daily,
yearly, and secular temporal variations. Consequently, a sufficient
direct corroboration of the theoretical conclusion that the physical
vacuum plays a major role in processes of CF would be experimental
detection of temporal variations in the process.
The authors have data on experiments in CF collected over 18 months. In
all the experiments we, like many other researchers, have observed
spontaneous jumps in the yield of neutrons over several seconds. These
intermittent processes, in our opinion, are entirely governed by.
sporadic growth in the intensity of processes involving the physical
This theoretical conclusion was corroborated experimentally by the fact
that these jumps in neutron emissions (by one to two orders of
magnitude) occur predominantly at a particular time of day.
According to our observations, statistically reliable data indicate that
the greatest probability of appearance of spontaneous jumps in the
number of neutrons emitted takes place at the following times in local
time: 10:20 to 10:30 a.m., 11:40 to 11:50 a.m., and 12:10 to 12:20.p.m.
At another time of the day the probability of these processes appearing
is substantially lower.
Since, according to our ideas, the process generally called cold fusion
is in fact a process of interaction of nuclei with the physical vacuum
and is only accompanied by a minor process of nuclear fusion, then the
energy characteristics of the process cannot be entirely determined by
In order to check this theoretical conclusion experimentally we tested
and confirmed by experiment the following consequences:
a) The process of neutron emission in an experiment takes place even if
distilled water is used as the electrolyte and the electrodes are not
saturated with deuterium;
b) the energy characteristics of the process depend on the manner and
magnitude of orientation of nuclei both in the electrode material and in
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