Faces of LENR, Part 2 - Digital Download


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by George Egely

This 15-page paper (Part 2 of a series) was published in Issue 153 (2020).

From the Introduction: In Part 1 the symmetry of rotation was introduced in “electrodynamics.” One practical application was discussed—the formation of heavy “condensed plasmoids” or “exotic vacuum objects” (EVOs). In this part we shall continue by explaining how rotation in charged particles appears in inorganic and organic natural phenomena.

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