Category Archives: Antimatter Bomb

Antimatter Based Application

I finally managed to put together the latest theoretical know-how concerning antimatter based high yield energy production. Without further due… check out Antimatter Bomb. The paper lays out the theoretical blueprint for antimatter based bomb, it presents needed core material (solid hydrogen), theoretical requirements and used method. The paper does not describe any technical requirements, engineering solutions and so on. Pulling off a technical solution take (most likely) several years, hence sooner we start the research then bigger are the chances for preventing surprise asteroids.

I regard my paper as informative as saying that by splitting Uranium-235 atoms with neutrons we can release energy, it’s just theoretical knowledge. Of course antimatter based energy production as described in the paper is easier to accomplish than e.g. fission based energy production, but never the less, it’s just theoretical knowledge, and on top of that, it’s highly speculative paper!

I do hope that my paper generates some debate and possibly encourages some bold experimental particle physicists to give it a try. Let’s hope for the best!

 

Armageddon Prevention

The Name of the Game – Antimatter based bomb, that’s the only way prevent imminent armageddon in reality. According to the mainstream physics antimatter bomb isn’t an option, it takes too long and too much energy produce enough antimatter for the prevention purpose. Also storing antimatter is overwhelmingly difficult, current record time is somewhere near 15 minutes. Conclusion, antimatter bomb based solution is impossible…

… or is it? Let’s see what TOEBI offers. Based on TOEBI, antimatter based bomb is in theory possible to build, see my previous posts on the topic. Do mainstream physicists really have the balls not to make the experiment? I mean, every lost week, month, year diminishes our chances in case of incoming devastating surprise asteroid. Apparently they have the balls! Most likely explanation is their ignorance and arrogance, those who are not familiar with my theory are ignorant and those who are familiar with, are just arrogant.

What can I do? Not that much by myself, but you can help me… spread the word! We might have a fighting chance in case of potential armageddon, even in case of late discovery. Let’s make the mainstream physicists try out my idea! Costs are minimal but the potential gain is astronomical.

Antimatter Bomb (part VI)

What other things we have to consider? Well, perhaps precise alignment of those two lattices, how fast those lattices must be put together and taking care that there won’t be any acceleration involved at certain time interval before the contact. All those things need in-depth research so I won’t ponder them too much at this point. However, in best case, only steady motion might be required.

Blocks of solid hydrogen put together
Blocks of solid hydrogen put together

What will happen at the impact? Obviously many, if not all, of those protons on the contact surfaces will annihilate immediately. Every pair of annihilating protons create three new mesons, which fly away from the annihilation point. Hydrogen atoms at the background have also the prefered orientation. High energy collisions between new mesons and remaining hydrogen atoms with the prefered orientation results new proton breakdowns.

First in line protons annihilate
First in line protons annihilate

Described chain reaction generates wanted bomb like behaviour. Blog posts in this series have pretty much described our collaboration team’s future experiments. There will be few very hard engineering issues a head, like the need for very precise alignments, possibly needed high pressure to align protons in wanted spin pattern, achieving non-accelerated motion etc. Interesting to see how things play out.

 

 

Antimatter Bomb (part V)

Let’s imagine that we have two (ideal) monolayers of hydrogen in vertical position. In reality, it might be impossible to get hcp structure with one layer of hydrogen atoms, but that’s not a dealbreaker. We can either use more hydrogen atom layers (more energy will be released too!) or we can use emerged fcc structure. What factors we must take into consideration in order to be successful? The initial requirement is that introduced protons must have anti-parallel spins (anti-parallel spin vectors in ToEbi terms) and they must contact with their spin axes head-on.

Two monolayers
Two monolayers

FTEP flux from protons keep the protons on a same layer in a required alignment. But before we put those (mono)layers together we have to manipulate them separately with magnetic fields to make sure that they have that required spin pattern (see picture). After that, we have annihilation enabling setup ready to go! But we won’t go just yet, we have few other things to consider.

 

Antimatter Bomb (part IV)

What kind of setup we are looking for in order to create simultaneous multiple proton annihilations? Well, there will be many variations for sure, each depending on its intended use. The simplest and safest setup would be two monolayers of solid hydrogen put together. At this point, we have to remember how protons behave under the influence of gravitating source and what is the consequence from the behaviour to our experiments.

Diatomic parahydrogen molecule (excluding bonding electrons)
Diatomic parahydrogen molecule (excluding bonding electrons)

Proton is made of three plain vanilla electrons which interact with each other and which create an equilateral triangle. Let’s denote our protons in diatomic parahydrogen molecule as in picture below.

Short notion
Short notion

Due to a flux from gravitating object (e.g. Earth), protons tend to “stand” on two bottom electrons. If we push proton the generated imbalance is experienced as an inertia and eventually proton gains back that previous balanced orientation related to the gravitating object. If all this comes as a news to you then you better read first ToEbi paper or sample from the book. So, how all this affects our experiments? Well, obviously if we have two monolayers of hydrogen and we put one on top of another, annihilations won’t happen. What we are trying to do, is to put those layers together so that we, at least, have a chance to get those protons together with their spin axis poles head-on! In other words, those monolayers of solid hydrogen should be put together when they are in vertical position.

Crystal structure
Crystal structure

Ok then, how we’ll manage to get those layers together so that we have protons with anti-parallel spins next to each other and they won’t change their orientation? That will be the tricky part and it deserves its own blog post…

 

Antimatter Bomb (part III)

Update: Usage of ortho-hydrogen instead of para-hydrogen is advised due to better spin alignment controllability. Antimatter bomb posts will be updated later accordingly.

Large amount of diatomic hydrogen molecules (\(H_{2}\)) is a very potential material for our purposes. The absolute best feature is that under about 14 K it’s solid and that the most diatomic hydrogen molecules, under that temperature, have the arrangement where protons have anti-parallel spin vectors (and spins in contemporary particle physics).

Diatomic hydrogen molecule
Diatomic Hydrogen Molecule (excluding bonding electrons)

So, what’s so darn exciting? First of all, we are able to manipulate those spin vectors with magnetic fields. Secondly, if we put two identically organized (but non-parallel spin vectors) solid hydrogen pieces together, there won’t be just two proton annihilations, there will be a lots of them! Naturally there is few techniques needed in order to achieve this, but more on those later.

Let’s say that we have two monolayers of solid hydrogen, 1 cm\(^2\) per piece, so both of them contain \(\approx 2.9*10^{-12}\) kg of hydrogen. With a proper technique, we are capable of extracting through proton annihilation TNT energy equivalent of 0.114 kg. That doesn’t sound much, but you should realize that gained amount of energy came from two tiny monolayers of solid hydrogen. I have been quite close to exploding 0.1 kg of TNT (during my military service) and it was a pretty impressive blast!

Let’s say that we have two 1 cm\(^3\) cubes of solid hydrogen. If we managed to extract all proton annihilation energy from them it would yield as much as TNT energy equivalent of 3.7 kT. In comparison, Little Boy yielded 16 kT.

Antimatter Bomb (part II)

What really happens when proton annihilates? Based on contemporary particle physics whenever proton and antiproton contact they annihilate each other. Based on ToEbi that annihilation event doesn’t need any “antiprotons”, in reality, antiprotons are normal protons. If this comes as a news to you then you should read my papers at first.

Let’s see the picture below… On left we have two protons at rest side-by-side with anti-parallel spin vectors, which also means anti-parallel spins in contemporary particle physics terms. I will explain in future blog post how this setup can be achieved. When these protons contact the outcome is obvious, the incident (nucleus) electrons change their spin vectors orientations and we get three new mesons flying away from the annihilation point. In normal circumstances, those protons would change their spin vector orientations much earlier and that would prevent them from annihilation, also remember that those spin axis poles are the weak spot with spinning particles.

Proton annihilation

 

Two free electrons annihilate quite differently because there is much less FTEPs between them, so annihilating electrons “touch” each other. Due to that “touch”, electrons lose their cross section down to photons’ cross section (= mass).

So, how can we create the circumstances where those protons have anti-parallel spin vectors and they meet with their spin axis poles head-on all the way down to annihilation event? I’ll tell that in my next post.

Antimatter Bomb (part I)

This blog post is the first in a serie covering an antimatter bomb. Word bomb has a very negative spin on it, but we have to remember that bomb-like behaviour is extremely usable in many situations beneficial to us. Perhaps the most beneficial in a case where we have to tackle incoming, potentially devastating, asteroid. Conventional nuclear weapons can’t do the trick, but antimatter based bomb can! If we ever (and statistically we will) have to deal with such a situation we better pursuit this new weapons type.

Many people have asked me if it’s possible to build an antimatter bomb. To be honest with you, building such a device is possible and it’s relatively easy task. You don’t need to collect and enrich some scarce element like uranium-235 or re-process nuclear waste in order to get weapons-grade plutonium, and those actions need a considerable amount of time, money, engineering skills and people (a.k.a. hard to accomplish in secrecy).

What are the requirements for building an antimatter bomb? Antimatter bomb (based on ToEbi) doesn’t need scarce materials at all, plain vanilla hydrogen atoms will do just fine. So, the absolutely biggest obstacle is avoided. Even high school student is capable of generating and collecting hydrogen, at least in gaseous form. Warning! Do not play around with hydrogen gas, it most likely blows up your ass!

Ok then, we have the needed material, what else? Naturally we have to enable annihilation events. You should check for starter my previous blog post, which describes the basic principles (with electrons). I’ll continue on that later on…

 

Do you want to be my Arthur Eddington?

I have the theory, do you have the facilities mr. Eddington?

Based on ToEbi, it’s possible to annihilate protons just by putting two protons, with different spin directions, together their axis poles head on. In normal circumstances, when two protons approach each other they pretty quickly change their spin orientation and repel each other due to repulsion. Fortunately, we know how to manipulate spin vectors! With magnetic fields of course.

You, mr. Eddington, should conduct the experiment with these protons. Naturally, going overboard is extremely dangerous, so use only as many protons as actually needed. You don’t want to blow up your lab, do you? So, what’s needed? Actually, I don’t know the safest but still mind blowing way to go. That should be your cup of tea! But using huge energies should be avoided so that there won’t be any doubts about the origin of annihilation. Maybe two low energy proton guns is the way to go? Protons are shoot through magnetic field so that when they meet in the middle they have different spin directions and they are aligned spin axis poles head-on.

Another way to go would be using chromium and water. But controlling the amount of annihilation might be difficult, at least in case of homemade experiments. With lab equipment, you probably can control the process more accurately. The ultimate experiment would be using solid hydrogen. By putting two monolayered solid hydrogen sheets together provides multiple simultaneous proton annihilation. So, choose your method wisely! 🙂

Update: It’s possible to use electrons instead of protons.