Mark Krinker

Department of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunication Technology, City College of Technology, CUNY, New York, USA

Spin-Torsion Detection of Rotating Fields and Information of Geometric Figures. Influence of Electric Spinning and Images on pH of Water.

Abstract. Influence of spinning electric fields and image-imprinted information on pH of water was studied. The results of the experiments revealed non-monotonic, longtime relaxation processes under influence of the external agents. Some similarity of the observed phenomena in the different experiments suggests that spin interaction, taking a place in a case of influence of the spinning field on pH of water, also presences in the info-imprinted action of an image on the water. The last confirms the existing paradigm of spin-torsion action of the images. The sensitive differential pH-meter, developed specially for this study, showed a good performance as a special means for studying spin-torsion processes.

1. Introduction. Today, there are technical means for detection of torsion field-related information, imprinted both in objects and the carriers of their image. Considerable contribution in that was done by Russian scientists. Methods and devices developed by A. Andreev, A. Bobrov, Y.Kravhenko, A. Parkhomov, A. Pavlenko, V.Skatov, A.Smirnov, V. Zamsha and other scientists are capable to detect both the direct informational impact of the object and the physicoinformational imprint left by these fields on the images of said object, [1].

Being different in physical approach, they have a common in that they are composed of distributed parts and their operation is based on interaction between these parts. Another approach can be based on a direct reaction of spin of electron on the spinning fields and their informational imprint. Spin of electron and nuclei is a natural detector of fields of rotation. Most pure manifestation of its properties logically has to be observed in hydrogen atom. Thermodynamically profitable state of the hydrogen atom is that of opposite spin of the electron and that of nuclei. Minimization of free energy requires opposite orientations of spins of electron and the nuclei. The frequency of switching the spin of electron in H atom is 1428 MHz, which corresponds to 211mm wavelength. Spin of the H nuclei is another component of its whole spin. Therefore, the spinspectrum is composed of combination of all these spins. 2. Hydrogen ion Simplified imaging the hydrogen ion as a single positive nucleus having no electron on its shell does not correspond to reality in ordinary chemistry at regular temperatures and pressures. Indeed, the field strength of the point-like nucleus has to be abnormally high and its activity could drastically exceed that we see in reality. There is another arena for a manifestation of activity of real single nucleus having no electron on surrounding shell – the space with its appropriate conditions. In our room temperature reality, speaking of H+ we imply the hydronium ion H3O+ rather than literal ionized single hydrogen atom. The H3O+ built due to transfer of the proton to regular H2O. For us it’s very important that this composition is rich with combination of spins of the electrons and nuclei. This promises a perspective for employing spin-related activity of hydronium as a detector of external spinning fields. 3. The pH Index as an Indicator of Spinning Fields Thermodynamically, each system tries to reach a condition of equilibrium with minimum of free energy. Total angular momentum of an atom is composed of that of electrons and nucleus spins. Generally, a combination of opposite directed spins of the nucleus and electrons is thermodynamically profitable in any atom. For the

hydrogen atom, this looks like having opposite spins of the nucleus and the electron. However, in reality spin of electron changes its position for the opposite one, emitting or absorbing 211 mm wavelength quanta. This is caused by a thermal drive, radio-photons, phonons and other reasons. Activity of the hydronium H3O+ depends on its free energy, that is it has to have some correlation with the total spin. Spin, being a quantized parameter, is sensitive to external manifestation of any carriers of that. Is there some correlation between a total spin of hydronium and pH? We can suppose that such relation is based on the fact that having more angular momentum (increased spin) stabilizes a particle (a gyroscope effect) , diminishing a spatial scattering ∆x, therefore increasing uncertainty of the momentum ∆p, according to Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. The increased uncertainty ∆p of the momentum implies chances of origination particles with more energy, that is more active particles. So, we can suppose increasing the hydronium activity as it spin increases, that is decreasing pH. The similar approach was proposed by the author for explanation of influence of spinning electric field on background gamma-radiation [2-4] The resulting spin of the water-based system in the spinning field depends on fermions-to-bosons proportion. Real water solvent consists of bosons- nuclei and fermions – electrons. Moreover, the spinning field itself is a boson [5] That is, such the system will be sensitive to impurities, contributing their spins. Therefore, the correlation between indicator of activity of hydrogen ions, pH, and the spinning of the external action looks plausible. 4. Water as an Information Detector Capability of water to manifest imprinted information is being discussed by scientific community meeting both pros and contras [6]. Magnetic treatment of water is a good example of how one spin-related phenomena (magnetism) interacts with spins of water molecules. Back in 80’it was found that water reacts on a laser radiation with its characteristics, in particular, non-monotonic changes of pH, decreasing concentration of dissolved gases and others [7] Later, the specific torsion/informational component was found in the laser beam by A.Bobrov.

Unique properties of water allow using it in information detectors [8]. The authors of [9] employ thin-film water detector for acquisition of information between identical measuring means ,”twins”, but the authors don’t reveal details of the sensor. Experiments on influence of rotating ferromagnetic bodies on chemical reaction also confirmed sensitivity of water to fields of rotation [10].

5. Differential pH Meter as an Instrument for Detecting Spinning Fields The spin-related effects can be attributed to category of subtle ones. So, we can expects spin-related variation of pH compatible with accuracy of conventional industrial pH measurements. To observe statistically considerable effects, the accuracy of pH measuring technology has to be drastically improved. The designed differential pH-meter, Fig.1, meets these requirements, having all the advantages of differential methods of measurements. The sensitivity of the designed instrument is 1103 mV/pH, but this is not a limit possible without sacrifice of its stability. The instrument displays the amplified difference of reading in measuring vessels. On the diagrams, an upward shift from the balance line (two equal pH) corresponds to increasing activity of ions (decreasing pH), that is dominating acidity in the system. And vice-versa, the downward shift means increasing alkalinity (increasing pH). The analog output of the instrument is connected to a digital recording system. Fig.1 shows the unit diagram of the differential pH –meter. In the experiment, the object with imprinted information, denoted as The Card, is insert under one of the vessels. It’s also possible to compare informational action of two carriers having different properties. Then, two cards are inserted under the vessels.

Fig.1. Unit diagram of the differential pH-meter

6. Information and Spin There is a paradigm, relating information and spin. The direct relation is in that the information can be recorded with participation of spins, like it has a place in magnetic carriers of information. The indirect relation is based on Theory of Physical Vacuum. If we consider the information as a field of rotation, we have to take into consideration that the information has its own spin, which interacts with the spin of the hydrogen. Then, this combined system trends to minimization of its combined angular momentum. Therefore, we can expect that pH can work as an indicator of spinning fields. 7. Installation for Spinning Electric Fields The installation for developing spinning electric fields consists of two cellsquadrupole capacitors where the special driver applies two shifted in phase sine electric voltages. Two orthogonal fields, developed by the plates of the qudrupole

capacitor develop, in turn, a spinning electric field. The basic installation was describes in [2-4] . Commutation of the plates done in such a way that one cells rotates the field clockwise while rotates its counterclockwise. Fig.2 shows this installation, modified for pH-experiments.

Fig.2. Experimental installation for spinning electric fields vs pH experiment

8. The Experiment The experiment was conducted both with spinning electric fields and images, working as pH-influencing agents. 8.1. Spinning Electric Fields vs pH The experiment on influence of the spinning fields on pH revealed nonmonotonic reaction of the system. The system generated an ultra-low frequency single wave. As it follows from the diagram, Fig.3, the period of this single wave is as much as 2000 s. The first half-period is an acidic reaction, where activity of H3O+ increases for 0.0242 pH, while the second half-period is alkaline action where activity decreases for the same 0.0242 pH. Then, within the frames of the experiment, there was no more considerable oscillations of activity of H3O+ . However, there is an insignificant after- reaction at the moment of turning of the spinning field, visible at the Stop marker and some time later.

Fig.3. Influence of two opposite spinning electric fields on differential pH of water.

8.2. Influence of Image on pH Two opposite oriented drawn spirals were used as the images, Fig.4.

Fig.4. Hand-drawn opposite spirals used in the information vs pH experiment

In the experiment, the images were placed under vessels with pH=7.0 water, Fig.5.

Fig.5. Images of the spirals under the vessels with water and pH electrodes

Fig.6 shows the diagram of the experiment.

Fig.6. Influence of two opposite spiral images on differential pH of water

Unlike the Spinning Electric Fields vs pH experiment, in this experiment all the pH shift was asymmetric. There is an obvious acidic shift of the water. However, after approximately 115 s when the images inserted under the vessels, we see alkalinity-directed return to initial pH and then the acidic tendency dominates again, being stabilized in approximately 1000 s after the images were inserted. The most interesting moment of this experiment is a reaction of the system for removing the image. It gets even more acidic, diminishing, in a surge, the original neutral pH for 0.075. 9. Discussion of the Experiments Comparison of Figs.3 and 6 revels one common feature of two different experiments: namely derivatives of pH vs time behave in a similar way rather than

absolute values of pH. Similarity of the derivatives confirms suggestion about spin- nature of the information. In the Spinning vs pH experiment above, the obvious field rotation was inducted into the water by the experimental installation. In the Image vs pH experiment there was no visible source of rotation, but we see similarity of the experiments in terms of the derivatives. Even the after-reaction of two experiments looks pretty similar: while we see minimal acidic (lasting about 400 s) shift after turning off the field, we see even much more considerable, ~0.075 pH acidic surge of the system, lasting 250 s, then diminishing to 0.049 and remaining on this level for a long time. Taking into consideration of logarithmic character of pH value, the recorded effects can be estimated as the gained difference in the activity up to 1.19 times. The long-time relaxation processes, observed in both experiments, reveal some matching structure having a long relaxation time. It can be crystal like quasipolymer chains, discussed before in various researches. Increasing acidity (that is decreasing pH) means increasing activity of hydronium ions H3O. It has to be reminded that, for the sake of stability of the experiment, the obtained results are differential in their nature. The absolute changes in physical properties of the water under influence of the discussed agents can be even more. 9.1. Possible role of pH-electrodes Speaking of influence of studied effects on pH of water, we can encounter a justified argument on direct involvement of pH electrodes in the visible effect. All the active component of the electrode, including ion-selective glass and the solution inside can be affected by the same agents, discussed in the experiment. This is a topic to refine in the future experiments. However, even if the electrode itself is actively involved, it does not abolish the major corollary of the experiments in that both spinning electric fields and information in the images poses similar action related to the spin.

Conclusions

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