6.21.2017

How to make your own 75% Lugol's Iodine

Take a 1 liter beaker and add 456g Iodine crystals (I2).

Add 225g Potassium hydroxide (KOH)

Add 514mL distilled water.  Will get hot.  Mix with ceramic or glass untill fully dissolved.

Let white precipitate settle down and filter out (or pour out liquid and keep liquid).  This white precipitate is potassium iodate and isn't good to ingest.

Add 250g iodine crystals to the liquid.  Add more water as necessary and gently heat to get it to dissolve.

Vol to 1L.

This is 75% Lugol's iodine.

6.05.2017

MOVI Fusion: Muon Oxygen Vacancy Implosion Fusion

Can be any type of fusion using any element compound in which vacancies can exist but preferably transition metal oxides performing "s-process" type fusion. (not exactly s-process but creating heavy elements, this would be a whole new type of fusion called MOVI fusion)  What this is is an oxide crystal lattice in which oxygen vacancies are present, for muons to fill those vacancies and cause a structural collapse to create heavier elements.  This can be used for any purpose.  Some preferable uses could be to create energy, create changes to isotopes leading to more or less radioactivity, but most preferably to create heavier elements de novo.  The most preferable would be to make noble metals such as gold and others.

This is a type of muon catalyzed fusion in which oxide compounds are used to collect the muons and an implosion of the structure (catalyzed by the muons filling the vacancies) occurs creating nuclear fusion.

"Cold fusion" or low energy nuclear reactions (LENR) are really just catalyzed fusion where the activation energy to cause fusion is reduced.  Therefore the MOVI process is also cold fusion.

This is a proposed process based on my theory of how gold is created in the earth.  

The MOVI process is an explanation which would provide a theoretical framework to explain how my theory for how gold is created in the earth could potentially happen.

This is also an open source process to create fusion which includes creating gold.

The minimum requirements for this invention are an oxide mineral, oxygen vacancies, and muons.  As stated before the muons fill the oxygen vacancies reducing the energy required for the atomic nuclei in the crystal structure to combine in a nuclear fusion reaction.

One example process would be to place hematite (Iron 2 oxide) between two charges that have a high potential difference.  These two charges could be crystals such as quartz, metals, or anything else that can carry the charge.  This can be any voltage but preferably a voltage on the order of millions of volts.  The other things needed are Iron 55 hematite and muons.  The muons and iron 55 may be created separately or produced in the process of the high voltage experiment.  On the positive charged side/electrode oxygen vacancies would form in the hematite.  These vacancies would migrate toward the negative charge/electrode since the vacancies are relatively positively charged.  When these vacancies move to the negative electrode they are partially or fully filled with muons.  These muons catalyze a structural implosion in the oxide mineral creating higher molecular weight atoms.  These muons are released and/or decay.  When they are released they can be reused creating a cascade of structural implosions and fusing of nuclei.  This could be termed "nuclear melting" or "atomic melting".  When they decay the release radiation which may or may not be used to create more muons and/or iron 55.

This is just an example process and will likely work with many different oxides.

In conclusion this is an open source process for creating catalyzed nuclear fusion.  This is the only process proposed for creating s-type fusion (but not limited to s-type fusion) that I am aware of.  The process at its minimum requires an oxide crystal lattice with vacancies and muons.  However these requirements are attained is of no consequence.  An example has been illustrated but is only one of many methods to accomplish muon oxygen vacancy implosion fusion.  Any process that uses one or more oxides and muons to accomplish fusion are covered by this open source patent.  Even more minimum requirement is any element or combination of elements, oxidizing conditions, and radiation.  These could be used to create an oxide and create muons and create oxygen vacancies.

Also things besides oxides can be used like hydrides, fluorides, chlorides, bromides, iodides, astantides, sulfides, selenides, tellurides, etc. and would be covered in this open source patent.

Any type of vacancy can be used, but preferably a vacancy of a negative atom like those just mentioned.  Perhaps positive muons could fill the vaciencies left by positive atoms.  So any vacancy and any type of muon can be used and are covered in this open source patent.

In essence just a muon needs to be used to catalyze the collapse of a lattice to create fusion of nuclei.  More external energy in the form of volts or electron volts may be required depending on the conditions.

In certain compounds like hydrides perhaps even just electrons could accomplish the goal and no muons are even needed which would also be covered by this open source patent.  But preferably muons would be used.