Transformation of energy in the low-temperature gas plasma

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Transformation of energy in the low-temperature gas plasma Alexander V. Frolov Reported for World Congress “Summary of Millennium” Tavrichesky Palace, St.Petersburg, November 22, 2000. The goal of this scientific and research work organized by independent research team is a studying of low-temperature gas plasma to determine the circumstances of high efficiency transformation of energy of … Read more Transformation of energy in the low-temperature gas plasma

Self-generating electrical discharge

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Alexander V. Frolov I would like to present my comments on well-known paper by Alexander V. Chernetsky «About physical nature of biological energy phenomenon and its modeling» that was published in 1989 [1]. He showed clear analogy between physical nature of telepathy and his discovery named as electrical «self-generating discharge» SGD. The SGD produce longitudinal … Read more Self-generating electrical discharge

Tests on Superconductor Gravitational Effects

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Tests on Superconductor Gravitational Effects by Alexander V. Frolov 1. Theoretical background. The high density fluctuations in Bose condensate is laboratory scale case to confirm theoretical conclusions about gravitational field cut-off frequency [1]. This experimental work was organized to examine if some resonance effects in 10-100 MHz range can be detected as mass (weight) anomalies. … Read more Tests on Superconductor Gravitational Effects

Leonov V. S. Quantum Energetics. Theory of Superunification.

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Theory of Superunification. Vladimir Leonov is a Russian theoretical physicist, experimentator and inventor. In 1996 he discovered the quantum of space-time (quanton) and superstrong electromagnetic interaction (fifth force). He is the author of the theory of Superunification, holds a number of important patents in the region of new energy and space technologies and is the … Read more Leonov V. S. Quantum Energetics. Theory of Superunification.