CERN scientists get antimatter ready for its first road trip

Discussion concerning the first major re-evaluation of Dewey B. Larson's Reciprocal System of theory, updated to include counterspace (Etheric spaces), projective geometry, and the non-local aspects of time/space.
Post Reply
duane
Posts: 133
Joined: Sat Oct 01, 2011 5:46 pm

CERN scientists get antimatter ready for its first road trip

Post by duane » Wed Feb 28, 2018 1:47 pm

"but Captain, the matter/anti-matter shields can't take much more..."
Scotty (in about every Star Trek show)


https://newatlas.com/cern-plan-transpor ... 1-92133337
CERN scientists get antimatter ready for its first road trip

"Antimatter is notoriously tricky to store and study, thanks to the fact that it will vanish in a burst of energy if it so much as touches regular matter. The CERN lab is one of the only places in the world that can readily produce the stuff, but getting it into the hands of the scientists who want to study it is another matter (pun not intended). After all, how can you transport something that will annihilate any physical container you place it in? Now, CERN researchers are planning to trap and truck antimatter from one facility to another."

"The team is designing a new trap that locks antiprotons in a "bottle", keeping the atoms suspended in the center with powerful magnetic and electric fields. The atoms will be stored in a vacuum like that of intergalactic space, and at a temperature slightly above absolute zero. Ideally the trap will be able to store a billion antiprotons at once, over 100 times more than any existing technology, and keep them there for several weeks at a time."

wouldn't they need to "trap" anti-matter with anti-magnetic and anti-electric fields?

User avatar
bperet
Posts: 1392
Joined: Thu Jul 22, 2004 1:43 am
Location: 7.5.3.84.70.24.606
Contact:

Re: CERN scientists get antimatter ready for its first road trip

Post by bperet » Mon Mar 05, 2018 9:52 am

duane wrote:
Wed Feb 28, 2018 1:47 pm
"but Captain, the matter/anti-matter shields can't take much more..."
Scotty (in about every Star Trek show)
And as the shields start buckling, I can hear the truck driver screaming, "Scotty! I NEED MORE POWER!!"
duane wrote:
Wed Feb 28, 2018 1:47 pm
wouldn't they need to "trap" anti-matter with anti-magnetic and anti-electric fields?
Charged m-protons can be contained in a regular magnetic field, so yes, charged antiprotons can be contained in a cosmic magnetic field.

I had not considered an application like this, even with my Trekkie background, but you can easily derive the conditions that must exist for a "containment bottle" for antimatter (cosmic matter).

C-matter has a net spatial displacement--they are rotating units of space at a location in 3D time. We can only observe and measure changes of location in space--not time--so antimatter will be nonlocal to our conventional frame of reference and undetectable by conventional means.

Ah, but you say, they found antiprotons! Yes, but knowing the above, WHAT EXACTLY are they observing? We can only observe and measure a net, temporal displacement at a location in space. Look at Larson's structure of the c-proton: (1)-(1)-1. The "C" displacement just happens to be an electric, temporal rotation, located in 3D space--so what they can SEE is just 0-0-1 with a LOT more mass--a positron with the properties of a proton. (The m-proton is 1-1-(1) -- we see the magnetic "mass" portion, instead.)

They have the right idea with an absolute vacuum, since a vacuum is "space", the anti-proton is a spatial displacement, and space-to-space is not motion, so it will capture. But that is impossible to do within the gravitational limit--there will always be some stray temporal displacement that would allow the antiprotons to just move through the containment system barriers.

Normal magnetic fields manipulate charge (vibration), not rotation, as it does with any electron gun or particle accelerator. But you are correct--it will not contain antimatter, you would need the reciprocal field effect to do that. Because of the inside-out relation between the material and cosmic, a conventional magnetic field, no matter how much power Scotty dumps into it, will cause the c-protons to fly apart--not stick together (inverse of implosion being explosion).

But there IS a way to create an antimatter containment bottle, which curiously happens to be written on my white board right now--electron/hole current in semiconductors. I was analyzing Gopi's papers on the P-N junction with RS2 concepts, and one of the "natural consequences" was that c-magnetic and c-dielectric fields MUST exist--but not where and how one thinks they would exist (to comprehend, yank EM fields, inside-out).

Turns out that antimatter containment bottles have already been constructed and work--by an old Australian mechanic by the name of Joe, using the engine block of a car.
Every dogma has its day...

Post Reply