Some of the most amazing developments in science and technology have been laid down already by some contemporary physicists, and their discoveries and results have been hiding in plain sight for many decades.
In this regard I Invite the curious reader to investigate the body of work of Ruggero Maria Santilli on hadron mechanics.
It is an extremely boring reading for most people (and even for hardcore physicists if you ask me), and yet it opens up many new vistas on the world of physics as well as practical and commercially viable industrial applications like no others we have ever seen.
I shall glide briefly through some of the most notable things and takeaways from Ruggero’s papers:
1) A unified physic which describes seamlessly nature from the macro/relativistic scale all the way down to the micro/quantic world without hitting against singularity type DIV-ZERO situations. Nature has no seams!
2) The recovery of determinism at subatomic/quantic levels which is useful to resolve problems such as: The Schrodinger cat walks in a bar… and he does not.
God plays no dices after all!
3) The complete characterization of anti-matter, anti-gravity along with new cosmological vistas which integrate the same within our current framework of cosmological observations.
No more dark matter or dark energy or neutrinos
4) The practical possibility to extract energy from the aether substrate AKA Free Energy.
5) The reduction of gravity to its basic electromagnetic components with practical aerospace applications AKA Free Gravity and ultimately Free Time (meaning causal time travel by means of crafted gravitational fields).
6) Detailed physical characterization of superconductive materials and material strengths and ways to improve them without the need for trial and error strategies we are currently stuck with.
7) The characterization of the Aether and the hyper mathematics required to quantify and understand it is just in its infancy (Hadron Field Theory), but it points toward an intelligent neural like Universe with an underlying sense of purpose and intelligent behavior.
Now that we have all this nice physic on hand we could think of spending billions of dollars to build super-duper sci-fi machines off all sorts if it wasn’t for the fact that some practical spin off applications of these formulas are already with us and the importance of these is not yet fully recognized nowadays but it will be soon enough.
Among the most notable ones:
1) The synthesis of magnecules (or magnetic molecules) capable of yielding combustion temperatures and efficiencies greater than their normal covalently accepted value. Still no overrunity here but a headache for contemporary chemists to fully understand the technological implications of these new fuels and their industrial applications.
2) The synthesis of neutrons from low pressure hydrogen gas with the flip of a switch.
We are not talking of a billion-dollar machine but a commercial machine connected to a 120 VAC outlet.
Endless applications for nuclear engineering at a fraction of the cost of commercial neutron sources available today and the possibility of building fission type reactors powered by external neutron sources (virtually ZERO fuel cost, simplified “low neutron efficiency” reactor design with inherently safe construction!). Nuclear waste and metallic radiation embrittlement still an issue for long and safe operation of these reactors though.
3) Enhanced decay of nuclear wastes in matter of minutes or hours by means of cyclotron radiation tuned in accordance to hadronic formulas.
4) Nuclear fusion reactors using carbon, oxygen, Nitrogen, etc as nuclear fuel and generating Silicon and other heavy metals as by-products, then the old school fission reactors and the need to deal with nuclear waste will be just a relic of the past.
Again, these are not billion-dollar machines but pressure vessels and electronic operating at industrially available pressures/temperatures.
We furthermore envisage the possibility of industrial synthesis of heavy metals off lighter elements with fusion induced heat as a by product to be disposed of in cooling towers or used for energy production which might well be too cheap to meter compared to the main metallurgical production process.
5) Detection of anti-matter galaxies and other previously unobserved objects by means of concave lenses microscopes along with a type of “cold photon” with negative energy content.
So if you know the formulas with which Nature operates then it is not difficult to build incredible machines, but it does take time to get the attention of the mainstream science and establishment before things start changing for the better.
In fact mainstream academia will not be too happy about all these changes and discoveries as it will steal the attention from multi billion dollar science and physic (yielding little to no industrially meaningful results), and it will bring about a new generation of scientists and physicists with little to no relationship to the old school and teachings, thus causing great embarrassment to the established academia.
The interested reader is welcome to take a look at Ruggero’s body of work and see for himself these formulas and their implications but we have to be pragmatic about them: Often innovation progresses because the old ideas and the professor defending these die and finally the younger and more openminded generations are allowed to experiment and bring about these innovations.
How long will it take for this physic to become mainstream is still to be determined, but it will happen in accordance to perfect timing set forth by historical and karmic forces that have been playing out for many decades for the physical epiphany to occur.