"Theory regarding the suspected quasi-bonded Na3Au-m configuration and atomic configuration of Bose-Einstein condensates of transition elements"

Author: August Dunning: Trans-Metal Research Group, Washington DC

Our suspicion is that during dissolution of NaOH in the wet method causing a raise in pH by the Hydroxyl group, a ring of Na is formed that provides the necessary electro-negative field that the electro-positive Au-m BEC seeks. This may ultimately provide the actual potential charge of the Au-M atom by back engineering it as the opposite to the electro-negative charge inside the ring structure*

Possible co-planar orientation of the Au-m atom inside the tri-sodium bond ring.

In this configuration, the monatomic atom rests inside the second (2s) and third (2p) shell boundary of the sodium atom in its bonded radius after valence bonding.

This arrangement places the electro-positive monatomic inside the electro-negative field of three over-lapping electron orbitals as seen in the illustrations above.

Note: that a period 6 atom is .262 nm in radius before BEC. After BEC atoms of this period are mostly nuclei surrounded by bosons, or light and the pseudo-physical boundary, that the electron shells tend to represent, is no longer existent as the positive screen field collapses the bosons into a disc in the plane of rotation

Some researchers have suspected a hex ring of sodium as opposed to a tri-ring. Both tri-ring and hex-ring postulations are based on a theory of variable quantal field potential in these elements. More than likely both rings may play a role depending on the mass-size differences seen in stable BEC's that started as odd or even numbered proton transition elements.

It should be noted that this hexagonal ring theory may not be possible as:
The actual potential quasi-bonding field may only be .09nm in radius, similar to the radius of bonded sodium, and why it may be a tri-sodium that 'nets' these elements. The Idea that monatomic BEC's are at varying energy or quantal levels might be described as follows:

1.  Upon destabilization and increased separation of the incomplete outer shell nucleons around the completed shells of a nucleus in a transition element, there is a subsequent cascade effect toward positive screening field increase as the strong binding force is over ridden by the electromagnetic forces, Cooper pairing and super deformation with associated accelerated spin of the expanded nucleus. The odd number proton monatomics may exhibit at least one basic sublevel after BEC, before stabilization of the unpaired valence electron. This is an unbalanced state that may flip from BEC back to metal bonds easily.

This forms an unfinished lower energy m-state, with one electron, as a positron, looking for a partner to Cooper pair with creating a valence funnel.

2.  Once another monatomic in the same energy sub level is attracted by the electrostatic force, the valence funnels collapse upon nuclei merging causing positron harmonization and finalized Cooper pairing, thus forming a stable higher energy level configuration.

Chemical bonding is not available in this energy state, only quantum coupling employing the Coulomb wave is available for connecting BEC's. However, in the odd numbered proton transition elements, this forms atomic quantal materials with unusually high mass values, but of little or no weight, and can be made to loose all their gravitational attraction or increase their weight by 300 percent by heating or cooling respectively.

This is now a two dimensional quantum oscillator vibrating near the ZPE as a result of Cooper pairing. The amplified electrostatic forces are driven by the rotating quantal ring with a coulomb wave flowing out along the plane of rotation. The former two unpaired electron fermions are now balanced into a boson and superconduction begins with the associated Meissner field generation.

Much has been made of the decrease in weight these elements exhibit after BEC.

This might be explained by studies involving spinning and stationary masses in a gravity field.

Michael Faraday 1831

Podkletnov, E and R Nieminen, Physica C 203, 1992, pg 441-444 North-Holland

"A possibility of gravitational shielding by bulk Yba2Cu307-x superconductor"

Hudson, 1990's DePalma, 1970's This phenomena may be a distortion of normally isotropic space, the amount of distortion being represented by the reflected internally constrained forces explicitly developed by the machine, or object in rotation.

These experiment results are not always along the gravity gradient, indicating discrete field phenomena.

These experiments may exploit time as an aspect of the ZPE.

In Monatomic stable BEC state of elements of the transition series, this weight loss phenomena may be explained by understanding that these elements are spinning and the former electrons are now rotating in a plane perpendicular to the spin axis.

This may give them a relative vector force like any flow of electrons through a wire as described as the 'left hand rule'.

In the left hand rule, a flow of electrons will generate an electromagnetic field rotating clockwise to the direction of flow:

flow creates the field

This is remarkably like the rotational field phenomena described by the above authors, and is evident in the structure of the high spin monatomic elements as depicted below

field creates the flow

In addition to the gravitational weight changes due to rotating masses, the monatomic atom generates a Meissner field that excludes gravity when energetic enough, and the effect on the atom caused by Cooper pairing forces the atom to vibrate at, or very near, the residuum vibration, 'k'.

A very curious relationship between ground state and high spin state may be expressed in the conditions of the electrons and nucleons as an inverse relationship.

When an examination of the electron shells by energy level and the amounts of electrons found in each is done, the distribution of electrons might be shown to represent a boson toroidal ring that has been lowered in energy level and expanded out amongst electron orbitals as fermions of various energies. Transition elements after BEC may, because of their atomic mass, enable them to produce a quantal disc with enough potential to charge the nucleus with static electric energy thus generating the coulomb wave used in resonance connectivity and deformation of the nucleus as the 'charging' device of the high spin atoms.

Distribution of electrons per energy level

Another way to view this is by considering the electrons as being either expanded or collapsed, and considering their energy levels as particles or bosons. I propose: that the electrostatic forces are being driven by the friction between the nucleus and the boson quantal field that is vibrating near the ZPE and taping the space-time fabric to bring energy into an overunity condition that these m-state elements represent and is pumping energy into the system.

My feeling is that once the electrons Cooper pair, they all achieve a more or less identical energy state and tend to congregate close to the nucleus with distance regulated by spin rate inertial field changes. Double nuclei in the odd proton transition element BEC's have a bigger Nucleus, but perhaps not a greater radius of quantal field potential by the addition of the second set of Bosons. As massless as photons are, they very well might be under different constraints than the remaining nucleus particles and no longer follow predicted solid matter behavior.

Other thoughts to consider:

It has been demonstrated that a spinning disk can attenuate gravity above the disk along the gravity gradient.

It has been hypothesized that electrons lose energy, but restore the loss by slipping into the zero point to tap the space-time fabric. BEC's are mostly in the space-time fabric with their converted electrons as bosons.

August Dunning
Transparent Metal Research Group