Event Title

Solution to the Energy/Climate Change Conundrum

Location

Library, Carnegie Institution for Science

Event Website

http://ipsonet.org/web/page/512/sectionid/375/pagelevel/2/interior.asp

Start Date

4-12-2023 11:00 AM

End Date

4-12-2023 12:00 PM

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Chair: Christopher Gore, Ryerson University

Simon Berkovich
Quantum Non-locality and Striving for a New Idea to Discover a Clean and Abundant Source of Energy.
Abstract:
1. The problem to maintain the production of energy at the level corresponding to the growing demands of the society is the greatest challenge of our time.. Although the actual shortage of the energy resources is still decades away, its presentiment already stresses the world economy. The awareness of the energy crisis had aroused about half a century ago [1], yet no satisfactory resolution has been found. The reason for this lack of success as analyzed in [2] is deeply rooted. The gist of the problem is that the renewable energy resources are scattered and are of low density, otherwise they would be harmful to the environment. The best way to overcome the impending shortage of energy would be to develop a source of energy that is clean and plentiful, like, e.g., nuclear fusion. Unfortunately, its practical realization encounters serious technical difficulties and is not in the offing.
2. The resolution of the energy crisis desperately wants a discovery of a radically new physical principle for generation of energy. In [3] it is said: “Physicists will be key participants in the basic research needed to solve this grand challenge for humankind. If we succeed the achievement is likely to be better remembered than nuclear weapons”. This is a race against time, but the situation is pressing because the approach is unknown. Here we suggest considering a new direction in energy research. This direction is associated with the phenomenon of quantum non-locality. From the standpoint of the conventional paradigm the non-locality of the physical world is a flagrant absurd. In the opinion of A. Einstein, if quantum entanglement “is correct, it signifies the end of physics as a science”. Thus, counterarguments of traditional physics against the operational potentials of the phenomenon of quantum entanglement are irrelevant and fallacious – they cannot be valid as something unknown is involved. It is disgraceful to oppose the consequences of what one does not believe to exist in the first place.
3. In our model [4], the origin of quantum entanglement naturally follows from the organization of processing through holographic slices. The traditional physics appears just as an approximation to this holistic picture of the Universe employing interactive holography. Converse reasoning does not work: the monumental phenomenon of quantum non-locality cannot come out as a small correction to the existing worldview. The rationale for the potentials of quantum non-locality for effective generation of energy is given below. Two key points emerge: concentrating energy from distributed sources and extracting energy from the infrastructure of the physical world.
4. To begin with, few people really understand what energy is, let alone how it can be transferred. Consider transmission of energy from a hydroelectric power plant to a consumer hundreds miles away. How does the potential energy of water come to a consumer and transforms into light? Almost all people believe that energy travels through wires. For everyday purposes this superficial point of view is practically acceptable. Yet a scientific breakthrough requires a profound penetration. The energy from an electric power plant goes along the wires, and enters into consumer’s light bulb from outside.
It is extremely rare to find a thoughtful contemplation of energy as a configurational characteristics such as presented in [5]: the law of the conservation of energy simply means that in an isolated systems “there is something which remains constant”; but, “if the system is not regarded as completely isolated, it is probable that the rigorously exact expression of its internal energy will depend upon the state of the external bodies”. In the case of non-local Universe physical systems cannot be considered in isolation from the underlying infrastructure. Thus, recent experiments have revealed the entanglement of particles' pattern of motion [6]. So, how the energy for the remote motion could be transmitted? Apparently, what is transmitted is a control information signal, and the energy is taken locally from the exterior - underlying infrastructure. It is like transferring money by wire. However, there is no reason why the total balance of energy over the whole system is to be preserved. For example, in contrariety the model [4] predicts and exposes a novel physical phenomenon in the cosmological scale: generation of material formations as result of a content-addressable access to the Holographic Universe.
The pathways of employing quantum entanglements for generation of energy are copious. The following hypothetical possibilities will be considered and discussed in the talk: (1) nuclear fusion concentration through teleportation; seems more realistic than trapping hot plasma, suitable for a simpler and more effective D+D-reaction; (2) ball lightning creation through entanglement of Super High Frequency radio waves; there are great prospects in exploring this proven phenomenon with no recognized physical origin; (3) “artificial muscle” that can be driven by remote impacts; achieving direct mechanical motion as in biological objects would bypass the complications of the thermodynamic heat transformations.
References
1. D. H. Meadows, D. L. Meadows, J. Randers, W. W. Behrens III, “The Limits to Growth”; A Report for the Club of Rome’s Project on the Predicament of Mankind; A Potomac Associates Book, New American Library, 1972.
2. P. L. Kapitsa, “Plasma and the controlled thermonuclear reaction”, Nobel Prize Lecture, 1978.
3. M. S. Turner, “A century of physics: 1950 to 2050”, Physics Today, September 2009, pp. 8-9.
4. S. Y. Berkovich,” A comprehensive explanation of quantum mechanics, the keyword is interactive holography”, http://www.cs.gwu.edu/research/reports-detail.php?trnumber=TR-GWU-CS-09-001
5. H. Poincaré, “Science and Hypothesis”, Dover Publications, Inc., New York, 1952.
6. J. D. Jost, J. P. Home, J. M. Amini, D. Hanneke, R. Ozeri, C. Langer, J. J. Bollinger; D. Leibfried, D. J. Wineland, “Entangled mechanical oscillators”, Nature, 459, pp. 683-685, June 4, 2009, Letters to Editor.

Sarmistha Rina Majumdar
Ushering in an Era of Environmentally Friendly Vehicles.

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Dec 4th, 11:00 AM Dec 4th, 12:00 PM

Solution to the Energy/Climate Change Conundrum

Library, Carnegie Institution for Science

Chair: Christopher Gore, Ryerson University

Simon Berkovich
Quantum Non-locality and Striving for a New Idea to Discover a Clean and Abundant Source of Energy.
Abstract:
1. The problem to maintain the production of energy at the level corresponding to the growing demands of the society is the greatest challenge of our time.. Although the actual shortage of the energy resources is still decades away, its presentiment already stresses the world economy. The awareness of the energy crisis had aroused about half a century ago [1], yet no satisfactory resolution has been found. The reason for this lack of success as analyzed in [2] is deeply rooted. The gist of the problem is that the renewable energy resources are scattered and are of low density, otherwise they would be harmful to the environment. The best way to overcome the impending shortage of energy would be to develop a source of energy that is clean and plentiful, like, e.g., nuclear fusion. Unfortunately, its practical realization encounters serious technical difficulties and is not in the offing.
2. The resolution of the energy crisis desperately wants a discovery of a radically new physical principle for generation of energy. In [3] it is said: “Physicists will be key participants in the basic research needed to solve this grand challenge for humankind. If we succeed the achievement is likely to be better remembered than nuclear weapons”. This is a race against time, but the situation is pressing because the approach is unknown. Here we suggest considering a new direction in energy research. This direction is associated with the phenomenon of quantum non-locality. From the standpoint of the conventional paradigm the non-locality of the physical world is a flagrant absurd. In the opinion of A. Einstein, if quantum entanglement “is correct, it signifies the end of physics as a science”. Thus, counterarguments of traditional physics against the operational potentials of the phenomenon of quantum entanglement are irrelevant and fallacious – they cannot be valid as something unknown is involved. It is disgraceful to oppose the consequences of what one does not believe to exist in the first place.
3. In our model [4], the origin of quantum entanglement naturally follows from the organization of processing through holographic slices. The traditional physics appears just as an approximation to this holistic picture of the Universe employing interactive holography. Converse reasoning does not work: the monumental phenomenon of quantum non-locality cannot come out as a small correction to the existing worldview. The rationale for the potentials of quantum non-locality for effective generation of energy is given below. Two key points emerge: concentrating energy from distributed sources and extracting energy from the infrastructure of the physical world.
4. To begin with, few people really understand what energy is, let alone how it can be transferred. Consider transmission of energy from a hydroelectric power plant to a consumer hundreds miles away. How does the potential energy of water come to a consumer and transforms into light? Almost all people believe that energy travels through wires. For everyday purposes this superficial point of view is practically acceptable. Yet a scientific breakthrough requires a profound penetration. The energy from an electric power plant goes along the wires, and enters into consumer’s light bulb from outside.
It is extremely rare to find a thoughtful contemplation of energy as a configurational characteristics such as presented in [5]: the law of the conservation of energy simply means that in an isolated systems “there is something which remains constant”; but, “if the system is not regarded as completely isolated, it is probable that the rigorously exact expression of its internal energy will depend upon the state of the external bodies”. In the case of non-local Universe physical systems cannot be considered in isolation from the underlying infrastructure. Thus, recent experiments have revealed the entanglement of particles' pattern of motion [6]. So, how the energy for the remote motion could be transmitted? Apparently, what is transmitted is a control information signal, and the energy is taken locally from the exterior - underlying infrastructure. It is like transferring money by wire. However, there is no reason why the total balance of energy over the whole system is to be preserved. For example, in contrariety the model [4] predicts and exposes a novel physical phenomenon in the cosmological scale: generation of material formations as result of a content-addressable access to the Holographic Universe.
The pathways of employing quantum entanglements for generation of energy are copious. The following hypothetical possibilities will be considered and discussed in the talk: (1) nuclear fusion concentration through teleportation; seems more realistic than trapping hot plasma, suitable for a simpler and more effective D+D-reaction; (2) ball lightning creation through entanglement of Super High Frequency radio waves; there are great prospects in exploring this proven phenomenon with no recognized physical origin; (3) “artificial muscle” that can be driven by remote impacts; achieving direct mechanical motion as in biological objects would bypass the complications of the thermodynamic heat transformations.
References
1. D. H. Meadows, D. L. Meadows, J. Randers, W. W. Behrens III, “The Limits to Growth”; A Report for the Club of Rome’s Project on the Predicament of Mankind; A Potomac Associates Book, New American Library, 1972.
2. P. L. Kapitsa, “Plasma and the controlled thermonuclear reaction”, Nobel Prize Lecture, 1978.
3. M. S. Turner, “A century of physics: 1950 to 2050”, Physics Today, September 2009, pp. 8-9.
4. S. Y. Berkovich,” A comprehensive explanation of quantum mechanics, the keyword is interactive holography”, http://www.cs.gwu.edu/research/reports-detail.php?trnumber=TR-GWU-CS-09-001
5. H. Poincaré, “Science and Hypothesis”, Dover Publications, Inc., New York, 1952.
6. J. D. Jost, J. P. Home, J. M. Amini, D. Hanneke, R. Ozeri, C. Langer, J. J. Bollinger; D. Leibfried, D. J. Wineland, “Entangled mechanical oscillators”, Nature, 459, pp. 683-685, June 4, 2009, Letters to Editor.

Sarmistha Rina Majumdar
Ushering in an Era of Environmentally Friendly Vehicles.

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