Quasicrystalline Cold Fusion
This overview is divided into the following three parts:
PART I: My views on the reason for slow progress in cold fusion research and the need to open source any technology associated with a full understanding of the phenomenon.
PART II: Overview of the necessary concepts to understand this toy model, e.g., some basics on quasicrystals and the physical assumptions about the underlying quantum gravity theory – especially the need to reconsider the outdated conjecture that space and time are smooth – a notion built into the formalism of quantum mechanics.
PART III: An explanation of the mechanism of action for cold fusion along with various references supporting the physical realism of the various concepts involved, such as tautomers and high frequency atomic tunneling.
When two atoms come close together, they repel. This is similar to how two magnets with their North polarities facing one another repel. Atoms have repulsive electric fields called the Coulomb barrier.
Sonoluminescence is a mysterious phenomenon whereby sound is ... a fusion reaction is the coulomb barrier which is the force of repulsion felt ...