SOCHI, Russia, Oct. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Such kind of scientific conferences are held annually and are among the most famous and respectable scientific conferences on low-energy nuclear reactions in the world. The conference was the 24th in a row and had a wide international participation.
Speakers from Russia and other countries including Belgium, Abkhazia and Kazakhstan participated in the conference.
Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR) is a transformation (transmutation) of certain chemical elements into others in their natural environment where huge energy forces to split atoms are not used.
The chairman of the conference organizing committee Yuri Bazhutov stressed that these conferences are of great importance for modern Russian and worldwide science. Thanks to the hard and fruitful work in this field, many valuable discoveries and achievements have been made that qualitatively change the general view of nuclear decay and transmutation.
Five leading scientific groups presented their papers at the conference. The latest experimental findings in the field of Cold Nuclear Transmutation were presented.
A. Parkhov presented at the conference a unique report on the isotopic composition of nickel-hydrogen reactors, that was a result of his long work. The findings collected during his experiments allow us to create theories about transmutation channels and to better understand the physics of the process.
Yuri Bazhutov presented a report about his work on research of cosmic rays and a comprehensive theoretical basis for his own model of the Cold Nuclear Transmutation. A. Gerasimova presented a report on the joint work of the A. Klimov and Yuri Bazhutov group on radiation emanating from plasma vortices created in Klimov's facilities.
V. Zatelepin presented an interesting paper on research of radiation emanating from the nickel-hydrogen system and demonstrated his installation that yields efficiency of more than 300% percent.
A. Klimov presented his unique system based on plasma vortices and plasma electrolysis, as well as his research results of transmutation on electrodes in plasma.
Phillip Hutt presented his interesting report on the mathematical relationships he had discovered, explaining the mass defect in atoms, as well as his own model of an electron. R. Karabanov, head of the Research Department of the Scientific Research Center "Synthestech", also presented his paper at the conference.
The 24th conference lasted for a week. Most of the speakers presented really interesting and impressive works, which later will be published in a separate edition. Cold Nuclear Transmutation touches upon the most necessary aspects of human life - medicine and power engineering. The 24th conference held in Sochi and the achievements presented by scientists are a weighty confirmation.
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