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Unified Theory of Bivacuum

Unified Theory of Bivacuum

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Unified Theory of Bivacuum, Particles Duality, Fields &Time.
 New Bivacuum Mediated Interaction,Overunity Devices, Cold Fusion & Nucleosynthesis
Alex KaivarainenUniversity of Turku, Department of physicsVesilinnantie 5, FIN-20014, Turku, FinlandH2o@karelia.ruhttp://web.petrsu.ru/~alexk/new_articles/index.html
CONTENTS
Extended SummaryAbbreviations and definitions
,
introduced in Unified theoryIntroduction1
.
New hierarchic model of Bivacuum
,
as a superfluid multi
-
dipoles structure
1.1 Properties of Bivacuum dipoles - Bivacuum fermions and Bivacuum boson1.2 The basic (carrying)Virtual Pressure Waves (VPW 
 ) and Virtual spin waves(VirSW 
1/2
of Bivacuum1.3 Virtual Bose condensation (VirBC), as a base of Bivacuum nonlocality
2
.
Virtual particles and antiparticles3
.
Three conservation rules for asymmetric Bivacuum fermions
(
BVF
as
andBivacuum bosons
(
BVB
as
4
.
The relation between the external and internal parameters of Bivacuum fermions
.
Quantum roots of Golden mean
4.1 The rest mass and charge origination4.2 Quantization of the rest mass/energy and charge of sub-elementary fermions4.3 The ratio of energies at Golden mean and Dead mean conditions4.4 The solution of Dirac monopole problem, following from Unified theory
5 Fusion of elementary particles as a triplets of sub
-
elementary fermions at Goldenmean conditions
5.1 Correlation between new model of hadrons and conventional quark model of protonsand neutrons in Standard Model 5.2 Possible structure of mesons, W 
and Z 
0
bosons of electroweak interaction
6 Total
,
potential and kinetic energies of elementary de Broglie waves7
.
The dynamic mechanism of Corpuscle
-
Wave duality
7.1 The dynamic mechanism of pulsing photon7.2 The correlated dynamics of pairs of sub-elementary fermions and antifermionsof the opposite and similar spins7.3 Spatial images of sub-elementary particles in [C] and [W] phase7.4 New interpretation of Shrödinger equation and general shape of wave function,describing both the external and internal dynamics of particle7.5 The mechanism of free particle propagation in space
8
.
The nature of electrostatic
,
magnetic and gravitational interaction
,
based on Unifiedtheory
8.1 Electromagnetic dipole radiation as a consequence of charge oscillation8.2 Different kind of Bivacuum dipoles symmetry perturbationby dynamics of elementary particles, as a background of fields origination8.3 The new approach to quantum gravity and antigravity8.4 The hydrodynamic mechanism of gravitational attraction and repulsion8.5 Possible nature of neutrino and antineutrino8.6 The background of energy conservation law8.7 The mechanism of electrostatic and magnetic fields origination8.8 The factors, responsible for Coulomb interaction between elementary particles
 
2
8.9 The magnetic field origination8.10 Interpretation of the Maxwell displacement current,based on Bivacuum model 8.11 New kind of current in secondary Bivacuum, additional to displacement one.Velocity of zero-point oscillation, providing the Coulomb and gravitational interactions. Physical sense of electric charge8.12 The mechanisms, increasing the refraction index of Bivacuum8.13 Application of angular momentum conservation law for evaluationof curvatures of electric and gravitational potentials8.14 Curvatures of Bivacuum domains of nonlocality, corresponding to zero-point electromagnetic and gravitational potentials of elementary particles
9
.
Pauli Principle
:
How it works
?
9.1 Spatial compatibility of sub-elementary fermions of the same charge and opposite spins9.2 The double turn (720
0
of magnetic field 
,
as a condition of the fermions spin statereversibility9.3. Bosons as a coherent system of sub-elementary and elementary fermions
10
.
The Mystery of Sri Yantra Diagram11
.
The Link Between Maxwell
s Formalism and Unified Theory
1
2
.
The Principle of least action
,
the Second and Third laws of Thermodynamics
.
New solution of Time problem
12.1 The quantum roots of Principle of least action12.2 The quantum roots of 2nd and 3d laws of thermodynamics12.3 The new approach to problem of Time, as a "Time of Action" 12.4 The application of new time concept for explanation of Fermat principle12.5 The quantitative evidence in proof of new theory of timeand elementary particles formation from Bivacuum dipoles12.6 Shift of the period of elementary oscillations in gravitational field 12.7 The explanation of Hafele-Keating experiments12.8 Interrelation between period of the Earth rotation, its radius, free fall acceleration and tangential velocity
13
.
The Virtual Replica
(
VR 
)
of Material Objects and its Multiplication
(
VRM
)
13.1 Bivacuum perturbations, induced by dynamics of triplets and their paired  sub-elementary fermions13.2 Modulation of Virtual Pressure Waves (VPW 
q
and Virtual Spin Waves (VirSW 
q
1/2
of Bivacuum by molecular translations and librations13.3 The superposition of internal and surface Virtual Replicas of the object, as the ”Ether  Body" 13.4 The infinitive spatial Virtual Replica Multiplication VPM(r).The ”Astral” and ”Mental” bodies, as a distant and nonlocal components of VRM(r)13.5 Contributions of different kind of internal dynamics of matter to Virtual Replica of the object 
14 Possible mechanism of Quantum entanglement between remote elementaryparticles via Virtual Guides of spin
,
momentum and energy
(
VirG
SME
14.1. The mechanism of momentum and energy transmission between similar elementary particles of Sender and Receiver via
VirG
SME
14.2 The mechanism of spin/information exchange between tuned particles of Sender and  Receiver via
VirG
SME
14.3 The role of tuning force ( 
F
VPW
of virtual pressure waves
VPW
q
of Bivacuum inentanglement 14.4 Theory of superfluidity, based on hierarchic model of condensed matter 14.5 The vortical filaments in superfluids as the analogs of virtual guides of Bivacuum14.6 Stimulation of vortex bundles formation in
3
 He-B by spinning elementary particles
15 New kind of Bivacuum Mediated Interaction between macroscopic objects
15.1 The stages of Bivacuum mediated interaction (BMI) activation between Sender and  Receiver 15.2 The examples of Bivacuum mediated interaction (BMI) between macroscopic objects15.3 The idea of superconducting nonlocal signals transmitter and detector 15.4 GeoNet of CAMP based - Detectors of Water Properties, as a Supersensor of Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Coherent Signals
16
.
Experimental data
,
confirming Unified theory
(
UT
)
 
3
16.1 Radiation of accelerating charges16.2 Artificial generation of unstable groups of virtual particles and antiparticles16.3 Michelson-Morley experiment, as a possible evidence for the Virtual Replica of the Earth existing 16.4 The explanation of Pioneer anomaly based on fading influence of Solar system Virtual  Replica on refraction index of Bivacuum16.5 The effects of virtual replica of asymmetric constructions, like pyramids, on the matter 16.6 Possible physical background of Shnoll’s coherent ”Macroscopic fluctuations”16.7 Explanation of two slit experiment, as a result of interaction of particles with their Virtual Replicas16.8 New Interpretation of Compton effect 
17 The experiments of N
.
A
.
Kozyrev and his group
17.1 Analysis of Korotaev’s group results
18 Analysis of Tiller
,
Dobble and Kohane data of coupling between remote watersamples19 Theory of overunity devices
19.1 The source of free energy in Bivacuum19.2 Possible mechanism of high-frequency virtual pressure waves (VPW 
q
2,3..
excitation
20 Explanation of Biefeld
-
Brown
(
B
-
B
)
effect
,
based on Unified Theory
20.1 Explanation of Podkletnov and Modanese experiments with superconducting electrodes
21 Possible explanation of Searl effect
21.1 The variation of weight of rotating magnets21.2 The nature of magnetic shells around the convertor 
22 The Bearden Motionless Electromagnetic Generator
(
MEG
)
23 The Hydrosonic or Cavitational Overunity Devices24
.
Possible mechanism of cold nuclear fusion
(
CNF
)
and the excessive heat effect25
.
The new kind of nucleosynthesis induced by impulse electron beam
25.1. New model of atomic nuclei, as a microscopic Bose condensate of nucleons Cooper  pairs in the volume of 3D de Broglie standing wave of these pairs25.2 Possible scenario of induced nucleosynthesis, based on Unified Theory and new model of nucleus
The Main ConclusionsReferencesAPPENDIXI
.
Role of Golden Mean in Properties of Atoms
 I.1 The Bohr’s Model and the Alternative Duality Model of Hydrogen Atom
II
.
Unified Theory
(
UT
)
and General Theory of Relativity
 II.1 The Difference and Correlation Between our Unified Theory (UT)and General Theory of Relativity II.2 The Red Shift of Photons in Unified Theory

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